Sites we like

  • Angie's Tips Eight-year old Reese Braxton found this link to Angie’s tips for green living. Things like recycling, composting, saving energy and using natural cleaning products are steps that every family can take to keep our blue planet habitable.
  • The Ugly Indian Groups of citizens come together to clean up and beautify areas that are filthy. Their motto is “Kaam chalu, mooh bandh”!
  • Chintan India Film on dangers of recycling e-waste
  • Waste Warriors A dynamic group of young persons led by Jody Underhill who are cleaning up parts of Dehradun as well as the mountain paths used for trekking.
  • The Alternative Who says people in India won’t segregate … in one month an energetic District Management in Kolar, Karnataka set up doorstep collection of segregated waste and a system to recycle most of it.
  • Daily Dump An organisation based in Bengaluru that sells composters made by local potters for aerobic composting of kitchen waste.
  • Exnora Started in 1988 in Chennai, Exnora International has undertaken several Waste to Wealth programmes in India and internationally.
  • Ultrust Solutions A company that extracts fuel from plastic waste using pyrolysis technology
  • Waste 2 Resources Stories of hope from different countries of South-East Asia that have undertaken community-based sanitation under the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia (UN ESCAP)
  • Join the Pod A community of schools in the United Kingdom working on understanding energy, science and sustainability. Schools can register and make use of a load of teaching materials.
  • Innovate A research and innovation hub to prevent waste and improve local places through collective action.
  • Zero Waste Europe European Union initiatives for a zero waste future
  • GAIA - The Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives whose vision is a toxic-free world without incineration.