Here is a list of sites that give advice, tips, education about environmental issues.  If you have a favorite site that you think should be added here, please send it to

Tips for home and work:  (Very broad but not too deep coverage of many environmental issues)  (Straightforward and simple things to do that don’t involve being an activist)  (Government site with a lot of energy saving tips)

PSE Green Power Program for Homes (info about Puget Sound Energy’s Green power program – allows consumers to contribute a little extra to promote the use of renewable energy sources)

Project Porchlight  (“If you can change a light bulb, you can make a difference”)

Education (need to find good links for these subjects):

Food choices:  Organic, local, low on the food chain.

Recycling: statistics, info on electronics, furniture, local events, etc

Renewable energy – life cycle analysis, solar, wind  (Very cool project in Ellensburg – first example of “community solar”)

Environmental impact of aviation (very diverse views exist – goal would be to represent both sides with well-researched, independent analysis) (Very extensive resource for links to information about environmental issues)

Community events: (also see local events page on this site)

Add link to calendar of local events – EHS site has a good list but is not available from outside Boeing intranet (monthly meeting of environmentally-minded folks from all sorts of industries and backgrounds – great place to make friends and network.  Operates also in many other cities   – )

Organizations (may have political agendas not necessarily endorsed by BEES):“Sightline’s mission is to bring about sustainability, a healthy, lasting prosperity grounded in place”.) (“Environmental News and Humor”) (“leading the movement toward environmental sustainability”) (Our mission is to harness economic power—the strength of consumers, investors, businesses, and the marketplace—to create a socially just and environmentally sustainable society.)

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