PROMOTING AUTONOMY, SELF-RELIANCE AND SUSTAINABILITY

Alternative Energy


Alternative Media
(See also Internet Radio & TV)

Animal Rights, Issues & Connections

Congress - Government
and some of the groups that watch them
(See also Freedom, Democracy and Justice)


Corporations

Corporations Acting Responsibly
(See Green Business Corporations)

Drugs
stemming the flow

Earth Friendly & Environment

Ecological Products
(See also Health Products & Green Business listings)

Allergy Relief and a Healthy Home:

Non-Toxic Pest Control:

Farm/Garden

Fasting


Food & Supplements

 

Food Irradiation


Food Issues
(See also Genetic Engineering - Biotechnology)

Freedom, Democracy, Justice & Globalization

Genetic Engineering - Biotechnology

  • Alliance for Bio-Integrity: www.biointegrity.org
  • Biodevastation 2000 - On this site you can find information on Dr. Pusztai's research study on rats fed GE potatoes (he was dismissed from his position at Rowett Research Institute in Scotland as a result) and other scientific studies. www.biodev.org
  • The Campaign to Label Genetically Engineered Foods: http://thecampaign.org
  • The Council for Responsible Genetics: www.gene-watch.org
  • Etc. Group: www.etcgroup.org
  • Genetically engineering plants to derive drugs or industrial chemicals will contaminate food crops if allowed to be grown in the open: www.pharmcrops.com
  • The Genetics & Ethics Home Page: www.ethics.ubc.ca/brynw
  • Greenpeace - Lots of information on what different countries' policies are concerning GE foods, which countries require labeling, and have moratoriums. Also, reports of anti-GE activism around the world. www.greenpeace.org/~geneng
  • The Indigenous People's Council on Biocolonialism: www.ipcb.org
  • Keep Nature Natural - A campaign for Labeling and Establishment of Safety Standards for Genetically Engineered Foods. www.keepnatural.org
  • Mothers for Natural Law: www.safe-food.org
  • New Scientist - This site, while purporting to be unbiased, presents biotechnology and genetic modification of plants through the eyes of the biotechnology industry. A good site to go to when you want to find out what the opposition thinks. www.newscientist.com
  • Northwest Resistance Against Genetic Engineering: www.nwrage.org
  • Organic Consumers Association & Biodemocracy (an excellent organization working on genetic engineering of foods and other crucial issues): www.purefood.org
  • Organizations concerned about or opposed to Genetically Altered Foods: www.cqs.com/gmorg.htm
  • Resistance is Fertile: www.resistanceisfertile.com
  • Say No to GMOs: www.saynotogmos.com
  • The Sunshine Project: www.sunshineproject.org
  • Texans concerned about the proliferation of GMOs: www.saynotogmos.org

Green Business Corporations
innovating progressive policies

  • Coop America: www.coopamerica.org
  • Interface Corporate - 2nd largest commercial carpet and tile manufacturer in the US - their stated goal is zero pollution from the manufacturing of their products: www.interfaceinc.com
  • Social Venture Network: www.svn.org


Health & Nutrition Information

Health Products
(See also Ecological Products & Green Business listings)

  • Edgar Cayce Health Care Products: www.baar.com
  • Willard Water - a "catalyst altered water" with unusual characteristics, which has been reported beneficial for a variety of uses. www.willardswater.com

BELOW, A FEW ECO-FRIENDLY CONSTRUCTION HOUSING LINKS

Humanitarian
Homeless - Hunger

Institutes - Schools

  • Ann Wigmore Natural Health Institute of Puerto Rico - An institute that teaches the raw/live food lifestyle according to the teachings of Dr. Ann Wigmore. Located by the beach in beautiful Aguada, Puerto Rico. The atmosphere is tropical, warm and friendly. www.annwigmore.org
  • Hippocrates Health Institute in West Palm Beach, Florida - Learn the entire raw/live food program. This Institute provides live blood analysis while you are there so that you can monitor the progress of your own blood picture. You are able to actually see on a TV monitor how the bloodstream cleans up from eating living foods and following the lifestyle, even during a short stay. www.hippocratesinst.com
  • The Institute of Living Food - Finland: www.co.jyu.fi/finlandweb/institute/brochure.htm
  • The Optimum Health Institute of San Diego - An institute in sunny San Diego, California, that teaches the raw/live food lifestyle. Sundays, they have an open house. A tour of the grounds is followed by a video presentation and a question and answer period. Then dinner is served, all for the nominal fee of $3. www.optimumhealth.org
  • Tree of Life Rejuvenation Center - run by Dr. Gabriel Cousens in Arizona. www.treeoflife.nu/welcome3.html

Internet Radio and Television

WASHINGTON STATE'S STATUTES, CIVIL RIGHTS AND CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

This section is still under construction, but the links are active

 

 

 

Miscellaneous

  • The Idealist - job listings, non-profit organizations, volunteer & intern opportunities: www.idealist.org

Newspapers, Magazines, Newsletters, etc.

  • Acres USA - A newspaper, billed as "A Voice For Eco-Agriculture," is full of interesting information, not only for farmers, but for all of us. Published once a month, It covers topics dealing with food, health, technology, farming, sustainable agriculture, economics and politics. www.acresusa.com
  • Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (publish a journal): www.acnem.org
  • Just Eat An Apple - An excellent raw food magazine. www.sunfood.net/jeaa/index1.html
  • Living Nutrition - A magazine dedicated to teaching health seekers how to eat their natural diet of live raw fruits and vegetables to achieve superb health. www.livingnutrition.com
  • New York State Organic Food Guide $2. - will help you find the local farms that uphold the principles of organic agriculture: http://nofany.org/publications.html
  • Raw Dish: Monthly newsletter about the living food community, especially in the New York and Tri-state area. Yearly Subscription $12. Contact Stephen Parker at (212) 956-2031
  • Revista Crudivorismo: El Cano (Casa de Reposo), La Hiniesta, Apartado 186, 49080 Zamora, Spain,
    (908) 48 99 75
  • Synthesis/Regeneration: A Magazine of Green Social Thought
    c/o WD Press, P.O. Box 24115, St. Louis MO 63130
    (314) 727-8554 (evenings, weekends)
    E-mail: fitzdon@aol.com


Nuclear Power, Weaponry and Waste

Peace and Nonviolence


Physician Organizations

Political Commentary

Raw/Live Food


Recycle Everything Possible

Rivers Need Help

Sprouts, Seeds, Wheatgrass

Toxics

Vaccination

Vegetarian - Vegan

Water


Wild Foods

 

ECOVILLAGE AND SUSTAINABILITY COMMUNITIES

cAnanda World Brotherhood Colonies (United States, India, and Assisi, Italy). www.anandacommunity.org & www.yoganandarediscovered.com/jaitruth/skWBC.html & www.anandauniversity.org/curriculum/building.html
Spiritual communities inspired by Paramhansa Yogananda.

cArcosanti. www.arcosanti.org

The Ark (Communautés de l'Arche). (France, etc.). www.markshep.com/nonviolence/Ark.html & www.markshep.com/nonviolence/#Ark & www.markshep.com/nonviolence/books/Ark.html
Country and spiritual communities founded in the forties by Lanza del Vasto, a Christian disciple of Gandhi. (At last link, full text of a little book: "The Community of the Ark", by Mark Shepard).

cThe Ark (Communautés de l'Arche). (In French). www.lanzadelvasto.org

cThe Ark (Communautés de l'Arche): Addresses. www.inti.be/ecotopie/comarche.html

ccAsociación Gaia - Ecovillage Project (Argentina). www.gaia.org.ar/english & www.geocities.com/RainForest/8155/english.htm
Ecovillage. (In English and Spanish).

cAuroville (South India). www.auroville.org

cBeauchamp (Dordogne, France). www.beau-champ.com & beau.champ.free.fr
In English.

cBlue Heron Farm Intentional Community (Pittsboro, North Carolina). bhfarm.org
Country community.

ccBruderhof Communities. www.bruderhof.org

cCohousing Association of the United States. www.cohousing.org
Cohousing is the modern approach to reclaiming a traditional village lifestyle where rich, intergenerational relationships, cooperation, and sustainability are the norm.

cCommunautés (Communities). (France, Belgium, etc.). www.inti.be/ecotopie/communau.html
Some communities: The Ark, etc.

cCommunity Bookshelf. store.ic.org/community-bookshelf.html & web.archive.org/web/19990220164151/http://www.crl.com/~eastwind/bookshlf.html
Useful (and often hard to find) books on intentional community, sustainable living and alternative culture.

cDreamtime Village. www.dreamtimevillage.org

cEast Wind Community (USA). www.eastwind.org

cEcoVillage at Ithaca. www.ecovillage.ithaca.ny.us

cEco-Villages (Archive). web.archive.org/web/20031228184817/http://www.utexas.edu/depts/grg/ustudent/gcraft/fall95/issues/westphal/village/village.html
Links.

cEdge of Time (UK). www.edgeoftime.co.uk
Books about communal living ("Diggers & Dreamers"), etc.

cGlobal Eco-village Network - GEN. gen.ecovillage.org

cGlobal Eco-village Network - GEN: Search Ecovillages. php.ecovillage.org/php/public/evdir/evsearch.php?lg=1
Database of communities all over the world.

cGrishino (Russia). www.grishino.ecology.net.ru
Ecovillage. Shared work, meditation, ecology, etc. In English and Russian.

cMagic (Palo Alto, CA). www.ecomagic.org
Ecology, etc.

cMeadowdance Community Group (Vermont). www.meadowdance.org
Including articles by Luc Reid: "What is an intentional community?" and, in Resources, "Intentional Community Success Guide". Also, Questions and Answers, etc.

cNew Creation Christian Community: Links to Christian Communities. www.newcreation.org.uk/nccc/links_index.shtml

cPermaculture International: Global Directory. www.permacultureinternational.org/globaldirectory/globaldirectory.htm
Directory of permaculture establishments and ecovillages: Internships, site visits, volunteering...

ccPlants for a Future (UK): Communities and Eco-villages. www.pfaf.org/links/linksOld1.php#COMM
Links.

cRedfield Community (England). www.redfieldcommunity.org.uk

cRéseau Français des Eco-Villages (France). www.rama.1901.org/ev

cServants of the Cross. www.servant.net
An ecumenical Christian community whose members have pooled their lives for prayer, evangelization and service to the poor in Maine and Haiti.

cSustainable Communities Information (Canada). www.chebucto.ns.ca/Environment/SCN/SCN_home.html

cWWW Resources on Alternative and Utopian Communities. faculty.plattsburgh.edu/richard.robbins/legacy/utopia_www_resources.html
Directory.

cYahoo!: Christian Intentional Communities. dir.yahoo.com/.../Christianity/.../Intentional_Communities
Directory.

cYahoo!: Intentional Communities. dir.yahoo.com/.../Intentional_Communities
Directory.

 

 

MISCELLENEOUS AWAITING CLASSIFICATION

 

www.evergreenlandtrust.org

www.alaskabiodiesel.org

 

Political Sites

www.foodnotbombs.net

www.unschool.org

www.earthfirst.org

www.bookstoprisoners.net

 

art and performance

www.luckydevilgirlyshow.com

www.myspace.com/whitetrashcompactor

www.myspace.com/southsidesocial

www.rappincowboy.com

www.asylumstreetspankers.com

www.jesuschords.com

www.loghogmusic.com

 

Other Sites We Like:

www.subgenius.com

 

 

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