While WRI does have some offerings along those lines, our primary focus is at the government, business and institutional policy level.
But given the economic and environmental problems of our time (and Obama's refrain that it's not about him, it is about us and what we can do), more and more people are trying to green their lifestyle.
Here is a short list of twitterers I follow with green your lifestyle websites (in alpha order):
Watch a green video. Offset your carbon footprint. It's that simple. Seeks to educate, inspire, and connect you to other green interested people.
Green Options is a community and network of blogs dedicated to helping you figure out what sustainability means to you.
All you need to green your travel in one place. Donates 20% of the proceeds from every trip to green non-profit groups.
"A sassier shade of green" serving up free, bite-size ideas for light-green living each weekday.
Jill Buck is the founder the Go Green Initiative - a simple, comprehensive program designed to create a culture of environmental responsibility on school campuses across the nation.
A healthier family. A cleaner planet. Making the most of your weekly budget.
Max Gladwell (MG) is the nexus of social media and green living, covering trends in ways that are relevant to how you live. They provide practical information about how these new technologies can contribute to a better quality of life for you and those around you.
Information-based website to inform you on the basics of natural health - using and consuming natural and organic products.
A social network and a wiki ECO guide with the purpose of inspiring and empowering you to enjoy more eco-friendly and fulfilling lives.
Some useful information, some anecdotes, some rantings, and some inspiration from the quest to make her family and perhaps the world around her A Little Greener Every Day.
Since July 2003, sustainablog has been providing information on environmental and economic sustainability, green and sustainable business, and environmental politics. The blog regularly features environmental leaders, experts in alternative energy and green technology, and real people trying to lighten their environmental footprints.
Green Energy TV is an Online Television Channel that is dedicated to airing green videos for millions of viewers around the world.
A green practician, philospher, and regular blogger who shares the ups and downs of living green. Check out his post "List of Thing's I've Learned About Going Green"
But this is just a short list. Check out the more extensive list of green websites through TreeHugger's Carnival of the Green, a weekly blog phenomenon which provides a summary, a digest, of the green blogosphere.
Feel free to add a name to the list in the comments section, below! Please include:
- @Twittername (if available)
- Website URL
- Short description of site purpose/content