Practical tips on saving energy
Christmas in April's Energy Efficiency Guidebook. Christmas in April works on cost-effective home repairs to improve energy efficiency. Great information on how to implement your energy efficiency pledge. Find out what you need to do the job, how to do it, how much it will cost, how long it will take and what you will save.
The Alliance to Save Energy's consumer tips for saving energy.
All you ever wanted to know about home insulation.
DoItYourself.com's tips for weatherizing your home.
10 Ways for Businesses to Save Energy, from San Diego Gas & Electric.
Eight steps for window weatherizing.
10 tips for the thermostat: your key to savings.
Install a programmable thermostat
Twelve Laundry Tips for Maximum Energy Savings
Six Energy Saving Tips for the Dishwasher
The Rocky Mountain Institute (a nonprofit research and educational organization whose goal is to foster the efficient and sustainable use of resources as a path to global security) Home Energy Briefs on Lighting, Windows, Refrigerators & Freezers, Water Heating, Cooking Appliances, Dishwashers, Washers, Dryers, Misc. Appliances, Computers & Peripherals, and Home Cooling.
American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy's guide to "green cars".
Information on programmable thermostats from one of the companies that makes them, Honeywell.
County of Santa Clara, Energy Update- compiled from the California Energy Commission and California's
municipal and investor-owned utilities. How much can you save on lighting, air-conditioning and appliances, water heating, hot water usage, and clothes drying? Find out here.
The Energy Outlet: Energy Efficiency Information for Homeowners
Efficient Windows Collaborative- Energy & Cost Savings.
Pacific Gas & Electric Company: Home Energy Checklist. Winter tips, summer tips, anytime tips.
Eleven Energy Efficiency Myths from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
Clark Public Utilities' in Vancouver, WA has a 10% challenge where they pay utility customers who reduce their energy use by 10%. This page has information on how much energy various efficiency measures save.
Home Energy Magazine
Organizations that support energy conservation
The Rainforest Site, a member of The Hunger Site Network, allows Internet users to save endangered rainforest land every day for free, with the click of a button. Site sponsors pay for the land, and funding goes to nonprofit environmental organizations.
Union of Concerned Scientists' report: US Energy Supplies Vulnerable: Report Says Exposed Infrastructure, Oil Dependence to Blame
Citizen Works, a non-profit, non-partisan organization, strengthens citizen participation in power. Citizen Works gives people the tools and opportunities to build democracy.
Greenpeace is the leading organization that uses peaceful and creative activism to protect the global environment. The site offers environmental information, photo and video galleries, press releases and online action items.
The Center for Environmental Citizenship networks young leaders to protect the environment.
Friends of the Earth is a national, non-profit advocacy organization dedicated to protecting the planet from environmental degradation; preserving biological, cultural, and ethnic diversity; and empowering citizens to have an influential voice in decisions affecting the quality of their environment -- and their lives.
The League of Conservation Voters (LCV), is America's only nonpartisan political organization dedicated to electing a pro-environment Congress.
Center for a New American Dream works to help Americans change the way they consume to improve quality of life, protect the environment, and promote social justice.
SaveaBarrel.org's website was developed by a bipartisan group of concerned citizens who strongly believe that reducing our country's use of oil is essential to our national security.
The Greenhouse Network's mission is to educate and unite people, students, government and business in the effort to create the clean energy future that can stop global warming pollution.
Powershift's mission is to drive clean energy market breakthroughs and build the grassroots base to phase out fossil fuels and stop global warming.
The USA Youth Planning Group for Sustainable Development is a network of thousands of students throughout the country organizing around the World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) in their schools, on their campuses and in their communities.
LeaveItAlone! is a small organization of ordinary concerned citizens who believe our last remaining pristine areas should be protected.
Disclaimer: Please note that this list of sites is for directory purposes only and does not imply endorsement of their views or policies, nor does it guarantee the accuracy of the information the sites might contain.