Path to Freedom
An urban homestead and resource for sustainable living. The original grassroots, revolutionary urban homesteading model that is leading the fast-growing urban sustainability movement.
The Story of Stuff
A 20-minute fast-paced, fact-filled and animated documentary of the consumerist society, narrated by Anne Leonard. This short film describes the connections between our buying habits and the environmental and social issues our world faces today.
The Better World Shopping Guide
A pocket sized reference guide for socially and environmentally responsible consumers. This guide ranks almost every product on the shelf with a letter grade from A to F reporting on each company’s social and environmental responsibility and performance (i.e., human rights, environment, animal protection, community involvement, social justice).
Going Green Productions
Buy Local Pasadena
The first commercial bank in the U.S. with a commitment to environmentally sustainable community development. The bank helps borrowers be more profitable, minimize environmental impact and assist leadership for community development.
U.S. Green Building Council
The U.S. Green Building Council is a 501(c)(3) non-profit community of leaders working to make green buildings available to everyone within a generation.
Green Line Paper
Since 1992, GreenLine Paper Company has been dedicated solely to the sales of quality, environmentally-sound office products. Unlike conventional office product companies, GreenLine is owned and operated by environmentalists–that’s why “every purchase is a trustworthy investment in a better world.”