A Few Links on Earth Day 2010

Beyond the events listed on EarthDay.org, here are a few more ways to research climate change, environmental policy news, greenwashing, and personal energy auditing:

- The new Climate Desk is a collaborative journalistic effort on green reporting from The Atlantic, Center for Investigative Reporting, Grist, Mother Jones, Slate, Wired, and PBS’s new program Need To Know.

Climate Desk

- The comprehensive blogroll on The New York Times’s Green blog supplements the posts; yesterday, the blog announced its new name (“Green,” formerly “Green Inc.”) and expanded coverage.

NYT Green blogroll

Identity pranksters the Yes Men (watch their PopTech 2006 talk) organized zombies for a Dow “Run For Water” event on Sunday in Brooklyn, New York.

Dow Yes Men

In 2008, Saul Griffith presented at PopTech on ways he learned to audit his personal energy usage:

Saul developed WattzOn, a free tool that you can use to track and monitor your own consumption.


What online sources do you use for environmental ideas and updates? Let us know in the comments.

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