Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) connects sustainability groups, students, faculty, businesses, and professionals to share their work, experience, and resources. Their STARS ranking system is the standard against which higher education institutions measure their work to advance green initiatives and practices.
EcoWatch was formerly exclusively an Ohio environmental news magazine and has now grown into a leading national news website.
Environmental Working Group
The Environmental Working Group is an environmental Consumer Reports of sorts. Their many authoritative guides to healthy foods, cosmetics, food additives, and more arm consumers with information about what they are buying. They conduct research and policy work around public and environmental health.
Good Guide is a great consumer resource for information on the health, environmental, and social impacts of the products they purchase.
GreenBiz advances the opportunities at the intersection of business, technology, and sustainability. Through its websites, events, peer-to-peer network, and research, GreenBiz promotes the potential to drive transformation and accelerate progress — within companies, industries, and in the very nature of business.
US Community Energy Projects Website
The US Community Energy Projects website is a centralized location for sharing information about community energy projects across the United States. It began as a compilation of publicly available information on renewable energy projects (solar, wind, biomass, geothermal, hydropower) with a “group” or “community” element. Now that the website and associated database are publicly available, the group hopes people with direct knowledge of projects will add/correct information to keep the database growing and current. CWRU renewable energy projects are listed.