- Chelsea Green
- CYN Eco Blog
- Dot Earth– NY Times By 2050 or so, the world population is expected to reach nine billion, essentially adding two Chinas to the number of people alive today. Those billions will be seeking food, water and other resources on a planet where, scientists say, humans are already shaping climate and the web of life. In Dot Earth, reporter Andrew C. Revkin examines efforts to balance human affairs with the planet’s limits. Supported in part by a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, Mr. Revkin tracks relevant news from suburbia to Siberia, and conducts an interactive exploration of trends and ideas with readers and experts.
- Howard Hall Farm– Howard Hall Farm is both an historic restoration project and a vehicle for educating people in sustainable, environmentally conscious restoration techniques. The site of is a 1780s stone manor in the heart of the Hudson River Valley. This Federal style home presents a number of restoration challenges specific to this region of the country. We invite you to join us in our effort to restore green.
- Sustainable Cities Blog CUNY Institute for Sustainable Cities seeks to engage CUNY students, New York City residents, and policymakers in sustainable practices to ensure our continued leadership in global, cultural and economic issues, and an improved quality of life in urban areas, while forging a global economy that does not deplete resources, or impair the quality of life, for other people or for future generations.
- 3R Living: (Retail)3 R Living sells the worlds highest quality eco-friendly, organic products and gifts. Visit our online retail store at www.3rliving.com or in person at 276L 5th Ave. in Brooklyn, New York. The posts on this site are writen by the owners of 3r Living and their staff and focus on the economic, social and political issues that effect our environment.
- Bike Blog
- Brownstoner Brownstoner.com is a site about Brooklyn real estate and renovation, and all the tangential topics that impact life inside and outside the home in Brooklyn. Launched in October 2004 by Jonathan Butler, the site currently has about 100,000 unique visitors per month.
- Green Brooklyn
- Only the Blog knows Brooklyn
- Green Building NY gbNYC’s mission is to deliver fresh daily content on the state of green real estate in the New York City metropolitan area. More broadly, we aim to comment on green building generally, using local projects as a vehicle through which to discuss LEED, Green Globes, and the legal and business implications of the sustainable construction, legislation, and insurance initiatives that continue to grip the entire country with increased frequency. Our goal is to become the most comprehensive resource for green building news in New York, and the web’s leader in objectively surveying the sustainable landscape from a wider business and legal perspective. This site is not sponsored by any organization, the views expressed herein are solely those of our authors, and none of our advertisers ever pay for content.
- New York Trash Map If architecture reflects the history of a neighborhood, then what reflects the history of its inhabitants? Block by block, driveway by driveway, every morning the remnants of our consumption create beauty in the formation of line, volume, color and texture. These ephemeral street sculptures are a glimpse into our wants, needs and aspirations. More then just waste, garbage is the societal fossil that uncovers layer upon layer of nondisposable artifacts. In beauty or disgust, garbage is indeed, a reflection of ourselves
- Buffalo Reusehttp://buffaloreuse.wnymedia.net/blogs/
- Green Flatbrush:Sustainable Flatbush provides a neighborhood-based forum to discuss, promote and implement sustainable living in Brooklyn and beyond.
- Green in Harlem chronicle of attempts to restore, renovate and resurrect a heavily lived in Victorian Brownstone in Sugar Hill, Harlem to its former glory, while limiting energy consumption and recycling existing building features as much as possible. We’ll be following Green Building principles and installing renewable energy solutions.
- Green Links post your profile to share with members of the community, post events, start discussions on green issues, post video content, list your business profile, list and view job openings and quickly connect with other like-minded people in the network.
- Green Phoenix Permaculture
New York City
- Better Transit NY Dedicated to improving traffic and transit conditions in New York City.
- Green Building NYC – gbNYC’s mission is to deliver fresh daily content on the state of green real estate in the New York City metropolitan area. More broadly, we aim to comment on green building generally, using local projects as a vehicle through which to discuss LEED, Green Globes, and the legal and business implications of the sustainable construction, legislation, and insurance initiatives that continue to grip the entire country with increased frequency. Our goal is to become the most comprehensive resource for green building news in New York, and the web’s leader in objectively surveying the sustainable landscape from a wider business and legal
- Green Edge NYC Green Edge Collaborative is a social network that connects people with businesses, organizations and the resources they need to build a sustainable future.
- Green Home NYC – Listing of Green Buildings
- Green Map NYC – Powerful Green Map of NYC was the 225th Green Map published by the worldwide Green Map movement, and the first to have energy use as its focus. At a time when energy is such a critical and timely concern, we decided to devote a fresh new edition of our popular citywide map to exploring energy impacts, conservation, and renewables.
- Living the Green Way-
- Nature Calendar Our goal is to highlight both the natural resources and species of metro-area ecosystems, starting with New York City, and the work of the dedicated people, both professional and volunteer, who care for them.
- New York Eco Spaces News & Information on green and sustainable living in New York City
- New York Times Green Blog
- New York Sun Works New York City’s Science Barge is a sustainable urban farm powered by solar, wind, and biofuels, and irrigated by rainwater and purified riverwater
- Reclaimed Home – Low Impact Living Options for New Yorkers
- No Impact Man Story of a Man who ‘turns into a Tree Hugging Lunatic while living in NYC
- Streets Blog
- Sustain NYC This is a reblog covering NYC’s sustainability scene. It is edited/curated/sometimes written by Ben Jervey and is designed/maintained byNaveen Selvadurai
- The Big Green Apple– Guide to Eco Friendly living in NYC
- Upper Green Side Upper Green Side is a non-profit organization that promotes awareness and action on local environmental issues in theUpper East & Upper West Sides of Manhattan involving sustainable food, clean transportation, energy efficiency, and waste reduction. We are building a healthy community and environment for our own well-being and generations to come.
- Transportation Alternatives:
- My Green Element –
- Green Star Coop Market: (Retail)
- Groovy Green Groovy Green was started as a way to organize the large amounts of information swirling about the little town of Ithaca, NY concerning renewable energy and sustainable living. Over the past few months, it has branched out to cover national and international news, products, and the people fighting to make a difference in promoting sustainability. Through this website, we hope to get others involved–not just in community events–but also in national and international discussions or organizations that directly effect the ‘green movement’. Together we can all do a little more to reduce consumption, improve health, and find cleaner alternatives to power the gadgets, cars, and lives we lead today.
- Ithaca Green Building GBA is a membership-based non-profit corporation. The mission is to promote green building through education, networking, and community involvement. We sponsor a number of local events, such as the Green Building Fair, the National Solar Home Tour, and our annual seminar series each winter, aimed at educating homeowners about different aspects of green building and renovating methods.
- Home Green Home (Retail) Ithaca The Commons Ithaca NY 607.229.5288
- Sustain Ithaca collaborative effort between students and community members in the Town of Ithaca. This blog will serve as a communication and information portal for the City of Ithaca, Ithaca College, and Cornell University. Everybody involved in making Ithaca sustainable, whether at Cornell, IC, or downtown, is more than welcome to become a regular blogger. In general, bloggers can post about anything related to events, announcements, plans, opinions, international, national, and state news, and requests for recruitment efforts and initiatives. General information about current efforts is also welcome. However, the idea is to make this a place for sharing and community, where ideas, news, and opinions are communicated to the community.
- Environmental Thoughts– Rochester, NY- Blogging Rochester, NY’s environmental issues.
- Rochester Environment- Rochester