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All Students:

 
  • Student Environmental Action Coalition There is a chapter of this organization on campus. For more information, please email pcseac@hotmail.com.
  • National Wildlife Federation Campus Ecology Program: For more than a decade, NWF's Campus Ecology program has been helping transform the nation's college campuses into living models of an ecologically sustainable society, and training a new generation of environmental leaders.
  • Green Student U Recycling Website: recycling information, tips, and ideas for students.
  • Do Something Website: Geared toward youth involvement in current issues ranging from health, politics, and the Environment
  • Envirolink Network: provides links to various environmental resources.
  • National Recycling Coalition: club that examines and reports on world-wide environmental  issues.
  • Environmental Virtual Campus: Virtual tour of how all members of a college campus are effected by environmental and recycling issues.
  • Center for Environmental Citizenship: Buy environmentally friendly products, from household goods, to clothing and gifts.
  • Save Our Environment Action Center: a collaboration of the nation’s most influential environmental organizations raising awareness of today's most important issues.
  • Envirolink: provides links to various environmental resources.GreenPeace: one of the worlds largest organizations that fights to protect the earth’s habitat and create awareness of harmful environmental issues.
  • National Wildlife Federation: a well known organization that focuses on protecting animals who have become victims of global warming, destroyed habitats etc.
  • United Plant Savers: aims to protect native and medicinal plants and their environment.
  • Sierra Club of RI: The RI chapter of the Sierra club creates awareness about saving the coast lines, as well as other forms of plant and wildlife.
  • Environmental Protection Agency: The EPA provides information on any and all harmful environmental issues that globally effect the environment.
  • Climate Progress: articles detailing information about the earth's changing climate.
  • Composting Council: Non profit organization promote recycling and composting materials.
  • EPA Composting: Basic information that you need to know to begin composting at your home.
  • Creative Displays Now: This article discusses recycling activities that classes and groups can do together. There are a lot of great ideas for recycling, especially for reusing cardboard materials. Great for Elementary Education majors.

 

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