Culture Change
29 January 2022
Culture Change Links
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Adbusters - A global network of artists, activists, writers, pranksters, students, educators and entrepreneurs who advance the new social activist movement of the information age.

Algalita Marine Research Foundation - Plastic in the ocean may be one of the most alarming of today's environmental stories. Because plastics do NOT biodegrade, no naturally occurring organisms can break these polymers down.

Tom Allwood Photography Travel photography site specializing in images of Asia.

Alternative Energy Blog - this takes a look at numerous energy issues and news stories

Alternative Press Center - The Alternative Press Center (APC) is a non-profit collective dedicated to providing access to and increasing public awareness of the alternative press.

Alternatives for Simple Living - A sustainable-living resource with an e-newsletter. Basis of message is that overconsumption is un-Christian.

Kirsten Anderberg - a writer for the grassroots resistance movement on U.S. soil

Bird Cages - Quality bird cages for your parrot, canary, and more

Blue Green Earth - a news and commentary publishing group in the UK A road protest in Essex England

Climate Ark - climate change links; also see Ecoportal below

Community Food Security Coalition -This California based nonprofit has an office in Washington, DC as well.

Derrick Jensen - Author and journalist, who has interviewed Thomas Berry, Jan Lundberg, and many others. - A massive archive of petroleum supply information with outlook on alternative energy potential and the overpopulation factor - a peak-oil resource website with appeal to many including investors in gas.

Earth First! Journal - A radical environmental journal

Earth Government - for Earth community: a grassroots process

Ecocity Builders - A non-profit organization dedicated to building our cities in balance with nature. Founded by author and illustrator Richard Register, who also started Urban Ecology.

Ecological Villager's Alliance - EVA is a resource for eco-villagers, permaculturists, intentional community members, co-housing residents, neighborhood organizers, sustainable developers, organic farmers, and others.

Ecoplan - The Commons Open Society Sustainability Initiative, Paris, France

Ecoportal - An environmental/sustainability information source link

Earth Resource Foundation - based in Costa Mesa, California, ERF gets cigarettes and styrofoam banned from beaches, and spearheads the Campaign Against the Plastic Plague

The End of Suburbia: Oil Depletion and the Collapse of The American Dream - This is a new DVD featuring several oil experts.

Food Not Lawns, Eugene, Oregon - Where it began, Inc. - Works to end deforestation, preserve old-growth forests, conserve and sustainably manage other forests, conserve water and climatic systems and commence the age of ecological restoration. Forest Conservation Portal provides access to reviewed climate change news and information.

Friends of the Earth - U.K. - The biggest enviro group in London, with worldwide affilates.

From The Wilderness - Publications and speaking from Michael Ruppert and colleagues, on government corruption

Gaian Voices - Susan Meeker-Lowry's newsletter and her son's nature photos

Gallon Environmental Report - news from Canada on business and the environment.

Gasoholics-R-Us: - Humorous pages on consuming dinojuice. "Entropy doesn't believe in gods, or in a "bill of rights," or "in a flag..."

Global Ecovillage Network - future living in the form of classes and contacts today.

GLOBALGREENPLAN.COM - Global Green Plan (GGP) seeks to create sustainable systems by pro-active rather than remedial means.

Global Justice Media - A collective of media activists fighting corporate globalization in solidarity with Latin American struggles.

Global Response - This network of activists provides letter-writing opportunities on focused global campaigns to stop ecosystem destruction and aid embattled environmental groups.

GREED - an essay and a game called Nuts

Greenbelt Alliance - Greenbelt Alliance is the San Francisco Bay Area's citizen land conservation organization.

Greenheart - is creating a sail-transport ship and network for fair trade. - Has splendid energy data resources and trends charted. is devoted to the idea that self-sufficiency = freedom. Enjoy.

Illichville - An artistic cartoon fantasy for sustainable community, by the wife of Roadkill Bill's Ken Avidor

Institute for Local Self Reliance - A nonprofit research and educational organization that provides technical assistance and information on environmentally sound economic development strategies.

Institute for Transportation & Development Policy (ITDP) - A nonprofit group based in New York City, with pro-biking projects around the world

Ken Kifer - A sustainable living commentator with bike pages

The League of American Bicyclists - Founded in 1880 as the League of American Wheelmen. It promotes cycling for fun, fitness and transportation, and works through advocacy and education for a bicycle-friendly America. The League represents the interests of 42 million cyclists.

Living Room - Living Room is a place for exploring the physical and social structures of human society and their relationship to the rest of life.

Local Government Commission - On this site you'll find sustainability tools and contacts.

Magazine Resources - Culture Change's recommendations

National Bicycle Greenway in Action - a national group promoting trams and trains - exponent for a sustainable development movement

News Insider - daily source for under-reported news and analysis

Oil watch - a resistance network that opposes the activities of oil companies in tropical countries.

OilEmpire.US - a political map to understanding peak oil and 9-11

online journal- alternative-press features and reporting

Pachamama Alliance - helping North Americans help the Amazonian Indians resist oil development by "Awakening the Dreamer, Changing the Dream." - ideas on community action regarding oil dependence in light of upcoming shortage.

Tony Pereira - Sustainability engineer. Click on the spinning globe!

Permaculture Activist magazine

permatopia- a graceful end to cheap oil

Project Underground - Supporting the human rights of communities resisting mining and oil exploration.

Rational Review / Freeway Bloggers-guerilla media

Reclaim the Streets - direct action around the world

Safewater Group - Don Chisholm writes for a Big Picture series

E.F. Schumacher Society - applying the values of human-scale communities and respect for the natural environment to economic issues.

Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition - fighting computer-industry pollution, headquartered in San Jose

Steady State Revolution - book against economic growth: Fueling a Runaway Train: Errant Economists, Shameful Spenders, and a Plan to Stop Them All

SustainabiliTank - the website of Pincas Jawetez, energy and climate reporter. He is Culture Change's International Editor and UN correspondent.

Trace Engineering - produces Inverters/chargers, complete power systems and accessories for backup power, renewable energy, solar, and marine applications

Trams Not Jams - a San Francisco Bay area based anti-car group putting pressure on the University of California and the city of Berkeley to stop building parking lots

Transportation for Liveable Communities - Ontario, Canada activists get the word out

Triaka - Cosmic Laws & Government and Constitution of United Diversity

S. Brian Willson - the essays of a strongly committed peace activist

Words Are Important - the pro-peace, Kerouac-obsessed musings of thinker Attila Gyenis. See Life is Beautiful (Iraq War) and a defense of the Nader candidacy.

World Rainforest Fund - founded and headed by David Seaborg, evolutionary biologist has great Argentina info.

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