Located in Sebastopol, California, BFI hopes to empower site visitors to see the big picture and exercise individual initiative so that everyone on board our Spaceship Earth can live abundantly and successfully on an ecologically sustainable basis.
Explores the use of science in social and environmental policy and advocates precautionary and community-based research approaches. Provides information and resources on projects, current activities and research.
Uses law, economics and science to solve the environmental problems that threaten the people, natural resources and communities of New England.
Comprised of Probe International, Energy Probe, Environmental Bureau of Investigation, Environment Probe, Urban Renaissance Institute, Consumer Policy Institute, and Margaret Laurence Fund. One of Canada's leading environmental and public policy research institutes.
Researches renewable energy, energy efficiency, climate change, smart growth, alternative fuels, and advanced vehicle technologies.
FREE advances conservation and environmental values by applying modern science and America's founding ideas to policy debates.
ITRC is a state-led national coalition dedicated to better environmental protection through innovative technologies. ITRC helps reduce the technical and regulatory barriers to the deployment of new environmental technologies.
A broad based coalition of roughly 200 member organizations, representing millions of individuals across the United States, that is dedicated to bringing balance back to the Endangered Species Act.
Think tank in Montana seeking market solutions to environmental problems. Research and policy analysis covers endangered species, forestry, fisheries, mining, parks and park reform, public lands, property rights, Superfund, user fees, water marketing, wildlife and environmental education.
Researches environmental and natural resource issues and policy questions - rooted primarily in economics and other social sciences.
An independent, nonprofit research and educational foundation with a mission to foster the efficient and sustainable use of resources as a path to global security. Research areas are energy, transportation, green development, climate change, water, economic renewal, corporate sustainability, and security.
Began in 1993 when members of the scientific community met to respond to virulent attacks on the environmental agenda. It was clear that science was being misrepresented and misused in environmental public policy.
Seeks ways to protect the environment without regulation, bureaucracy, or central control.
WRI believes a healthy environment and healthy economy can coexist. Uses information and knowledge as tools to move human society to live in ways that protect the Earth's environment and its capacity to provide.
Analyzes interdisciplinary environmental data from around the world, providing information on how to build a sustainable society. Website has articles on a broad range on topics.
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