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  • UN Sustainable Development Goals
    • The United Nations (UN) is recognized as a leading authority in sustainable development. Their 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were developed as a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future
  • Treehugger
    • Treehugger claims to be "the only modern sustainability site that offers advice, clarity, and inspiration for both the eco-savvy and the green-living novice." They cover topics ranging from technology to transportation to design, while always providing trustworthy content that’s both authoritative and accessible.
  • CleanTech Group
    • Provides research, consulting, and events to catalyze opportunities for sustainable growth powered by innovation in the industry. Their topics are geared towards multiple sectors globally.
  • The Center for Sustainable Practice in the Arts
    • Provides research, training, and consultancy services related to sustainable development in the arts and culture sector
  • Verdemode
    • Although primarily an Evo Traveller Guide, Verdemode also features sustainable living, ethical businesses, and green design tips
  • Global Footprint Network Carbon Footprint Calculator
    • Compares the resource demand of individuals, governments, and businesses against Earth's capacity for biological regeneration


  • Kathryn Hayhoe TED Talk on Climate Communication
    • Studies what climate change means to us in the places where we live in this presentation titled "The most important thing you can do to fight climate change: talk about it"


  • "Breaking Green Ceilings" hosted by Sapna Mulki
    • Features weekly interviews with underrepresented voices of the environmental community
  • "Climate Changers" hosted by Ryan Flahive
    • Features interviews from leaders in the battle against climate change, from entrepreneurs to activists and educators. Highlights regenerative agriculture, carbon farming, reforestation, sustainable food, and broad climate issues such as clean energy, carbon capture, and the Paris Agreement
  • "The Energy Gang" hosted by Stephen Lacey and Katherine Hamilton.
    • Features well-informed and well-connected hosts and producers in the world of renewable energy
  • "Green Dreamer: Sustainability and Regeneration From Ideas to Life" hosted by Kamea Chayne.
    • Explores issues regarding environmental justice often from the perspective of marginalized peoples around the world. Academically focused with expert interviewees.
  • "How to Save a Planet" hosted by Alex Blumberg and Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson
    • Features informational conversations with experts and tools/instructions on sustainable actions

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