One click will reduce your carbon footprint further. With these green websites around you don’t even have to step out to save the environment. If you didn’t get the go- green brochure, the web will take care of it. Now even in your busiest hour a small tab on your browser will help you to be more eco friendly.
1. http://www.treehugger.com/gogreen.php - It is a media outlet dedicated to driving sustainability mainstream. It acts a one-stop shop for green news, solutions, and product information. They strive to make going green easier.
2. http://www.recycling-guide.org.uk/ - An A-Z recycling guide from the UK. They list out easy recycling steps of various materials for anyone to follow.
3. http://ecosia.org/about.php - It provides a search engine where a click on every ecosia sponsored advertisement donates a cent to the environment. The search is carbon emissions offset.
4. http://www.wateruseitwisely.com - It is an interactive website that provides 100 plus ways to conserve water.
5. http://www.printwhatyoulike.com/ - It provides a free online editor that stops printing of extra ads making it one step easier than word. They want to avoid waste of paper and ink.
6. http://www.payitgreen.org/ - They minimize paper usage by simplifying and promoting electronic transactions using a business model for the same.
7. http://www.thedailygreen.com - It is a consumer's guide to green. Green products, recipes, tips, lifestyle etc are all available on this.
8. http://www.goodtravelcompany.com -Their aim is to provide eco-friendly travel and accommodation with a smaller environmental footprint.
9. http://www.freegreen.com - It provides free green house designs online. They come up with environment friendly house plans using eco-conscious products.
- It provides comprehensive recycling location database that gives the user the ability to easily assemble a recycling to-do list. It aims to make recycling needs as easy as possible.
11. http://www.greenleafgoods.com - This website sources a variety of eco friendly products.
12. http://www.freecycle.org/ - This website promotes re-using commodities. It links people across locations to exchange stuff. A person can put up something that he doesn't want and anyone who is interested can take it.
13. http://elephantpoopaper.com - The name says it all. Get your organic paper with a slight twist.