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Archives, Media, Online Information

Ethical Junctionwww.ethical-junction.org A collection of links to ecological websites:
Environmental News Networkwww.enn.com
The ENN mission is "to educate the planet and make a difference". By becoming a member you will obtain access to the latest breaking environmental news and information from around the world.

EarthDot www.earthdot.org.uk EarthDot have just put up a new online community for discussing issues relevant to the environment, social and economic justice, appropriate technology, and other items of interest to green-leaning people. The site, called Earthdot, allows readers to send in stories which then become topics of discussions for all of their readers. In addition to offering advertising opportunities to socially/environmentally responsible companies, they also plan to give away lots of free banner ad exposures to a number of non-profit groups like ours.
Media Channelwww.mediachannel.orgNon-profit supersite dedicated to media issues world-wide.
Earthscapewww.earthscape.org A large digital archive of papers, conferences, educational materials, books, journal abstracts and articles.
ELDIS, Institute of Developmental Studies
www.eldis.org On-line gateway covering development information sources.
For information on post-Seattle events see:
www.tradewatch.org
www.50years.org
www.ifg.org

Renewable Energy & Sustainable Technology

Centre for Alternative Technology www.cat.org.uk
Alternative Energy Institutewww.altenergy.org
Energy21
www.energy21.org.uk
British Wind Energy Association
www.bwea.com
EVWeb
www.EVWorld.com The site devoted to the development and deployment of clean, sustainable transportation technologies.
Scoraig Wind Electric www.homepages.enterprise.net/hugh0piggott
Comprehensive technical info for home built windpower systems from Hugh Piggott, one of the world's foremost authorities on the subject Free downloads, pictures, links to other sites, book catalogue
Home Power Magazine www.homepower.com The Hands-on Journal of Home-Made Power. If you are interested in: making your own electricity from renewable energy, alternative vehicles, or finding out the latest in related technologies and life-styles, then this publication can keep you up to date.Free downloads of back issues, plans and circuits...A goldmine for those with a "hands on"approach.

Books about Renewable Energy www.unlimitedpower.co.uk/Energy_Related_Books Solar, Wind, Biomass, Politics, Strategies, Off the grid, from the EDC Renewable Energy Catalogue...
Unit Energy www.unit-energy.com unit[e] is a second tier supplier of renewable electricity in England and Wales. All electricity supplied is renewable energy sourced and is available to all ordinary grid-connected consumers

Nature & Environment

Friends of the Earth www.foe.org.uk
Greenpeace www.greenpeace.org
Plants for a Future www.scs.leeds.ac.uk/pfaf/index.html
The Eden Projectwww.edenproject.com
Greenwich Organics
www.easyweb.easynet.co.uk/~cjhall/gof/ Developments in organic and environmental issues:
OneWorld.netwww.OneWorld.net The global supersite on sustainable development and human rights:
Voluntary Work Information Service (VWIS) www.workingabroad.com
An international networking service for volunteers, workers and travellers on voluntary work opportunities in the environmental and humanitarian fields in over 150 countries world-wide

Other Sites Of Interest

Totnes School of English www.totenglish.co.uk This small South Devon language school places much importance on social and cultural activities. Many students and ex-students are regular visitors to ICAN events, enhancing our international aspect and helping their English studies

HolidayBankwww.holidaybank.co.uk - they are kind enough to promote our activity holidays on their website.

 

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