Links & Partners
Practical Small Projects – Practical Small Projects facilitates the implementation of practical projects that require minimal financial and environmental resources, but have maximum impact and results in the developing world.
Groupo Fenix – Grupo Fenix’s primary goal is to research, develop and apply appropriate, renewable energy technologies in Nicaragua. They also offer courses for learning to build your own solar technology in Nicaragua.
Solar One – Solar One, New York City’s first solar-powered “Green Energy, Arts, and Education Center,” inspires New Yorkers to become environmentally responsible city dwellers.
Green Worker Cooperatives – Green Worker Cooperatives is a South Bronx-based organization dedicated to incubating worker-owned and environmentally friendly cooperatives in the South Bronx. Their approach is a response to high unemployment and decades of environmental racism.
Maine Solar Energy Association (MESEA) is dedicated to promoting public awareness and use of solar energy and other renewable and nonpolluting energy sources, energy conservation, and green building practices.
Access: WIND is based in Kenya and trains people without access to electricity to design, build and maintain renewable energy machines that they themselves will use, using parts that can be found at any local market.
Kiva allows you to support entrepreneurs around the globe through microfinance.