This list is provided for informational purposes only. We have selected
organizations with whom we share some common goals. Inclusion on
this list does not constitute an endorsement of any kind. Green Delaware
cannot be responsible for any misinformation provided on a site listed
here nor do we have any control over, and are not responsible for, the
content of the sites on this list.
Recyling (coming soon)
index of anti-nuclear websites and related sites devoted to Conversion,
Human Rights, Environmental Restoration. Sponsored by PROPOSITION
Energy Information Service (NEIS)
NEIS is a non-profit, non-partisan
organization working to educate the public on issues concerning the nuclear
power and safe alternative energy resources. NEIS pays particular attention
to the needs of grassroots organizations.
Information and Resource Service (NIRS)
Washington, DC office
Asheville, NC office
NIRS is a national information and
networking center for citizens and environmental organizations concerned
about nuclear power, radioactive waste, radiation, and sustainable energy
One is a grassroots voter initiative movement for disarmament of nuclear
weapons and the conversion of the arms industries to human and environmental
is dedicated to informing the public about the dangers associated with
generating electricity with nuclear power plants (focus on Salem, NJ, plant).
Linen: Concerts in Delaware
scene in Delaware: Concert listings
Events, Queries, Projects: Delaware Families 1787-1800; Tax Transcription,
A site celebrating
life in Sussex County.
An anti-telemarketing site
A site filled with practical information
you can use to deal with junk advertising whether it comes by mail or telephone.
Lots of legal information and news too.
Young People (of All Ages)
Earth Balloon is an interactive Social Studies/Environmental/Science
K-12 school assembly program used in teaching students of all ages about
our physical earth and environment. The Earth Balloon home page is at http://www.earthballoon.com.
A page dedicated to all kinds of
virtual frogginess, from the silly to the scientific. Lots of frog fun
for kids of all ages. (Besides it's definitely GREEN!!)
Page for Students
Here's a listing
of some useful and interesting websites on energy issues and projects
Sponsored by Nuclear Energy Information
features art, poetry, games, and projects for and by young people. Sponsored
by National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.
World Kids Network is a non-profit
organization dedicated to children worldwide. This entire site has been
put together completely through the volunteer efforts of children and adults
worldwide. Almost 80% of this site is put together and/or run by children!
Virtually all of the images, text, programming and stories are original
works contributed by sponsors, and the kids themselves. Another section
is found at http://worldkids.net/
Delaware Initiative and Referendum Project
Simms at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want
to know more about the only State, in the United States and it's territories,
whose government refuses to allow it's citizens to vote on
to their Constitution, then please visit us. Could that be Delaware?
Party of Delaware
has succeeded in putting Ralph Nader on the Ballot for the November 200
elelction. e-mail: email@example.com
River-City Committee, Inc.
PO Box 2648
River-City Committee, Inc. is a community based advocacy group working
on environmental issues from a citizen's perspective.
Residents Concerned for Quality Living (CRCQL)
for Peace and Justice
Party of Philadelphia
902 Main Street,
Environmental Network (PEN) is a network of grassroots environmental groups
throughout the state of Pennsylvania. These groups fight everything from
landfills, incinerators, nuclear dumps and sludge spreading on farmlands
to logging and mining or development battles. PEN is a clearinghouse for
information and technical expertise on organizing and on various issues
of interest to the grassroots. PEN is an Environmental Justice organization.
Their website has many links to more information.
Formerly the Environmental Defense
NOTE: The ED sent letters opposing
our incinerator bill.
Defense information service: "Find environmental information about your
community: learn how bad the pollution is, where the toxic chemicals come
from, what the health risks are, and what actions you can take" (quoted
from their web site).
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