God is Green, huh.

I have been listening to the Mars Hill Bible Church, God is Green series. The series has been pretty interesting. A lot of it is stuff I have been trying to practice in my own life. The best part of the series came at the end, on July 29th. The preeminent piece is all the practical information (in the form of a list of websites and books) on how to make simple life changes for a huge positive environmental impact. So, I thought would reproduce the list here below. You can download it directly from the Mars Hill Bible Church website here.

And now for the list:

1. energystar.gov

2. consumersenergy.com [green generation program]

3. dmaconsumers.org/cgi/offmailinglist

4. Habitat for Humanity ReStore [5701 S. Division] – habitat.org/env/restores.aspx

5. localharvest.com

6. eco-cell.org

7. thegreenoffice.com

8. rateitgreen.com

9. ecologicalmail.org

10. treehugger.com

11. grist.org

12. lime.com

13. eartheasy.com [cleaning supplies]

14. earth911.org

15. coopamerica.org

16. crsfairtrade.org

17. javaforjustice.com

18. ecocycle.org

19. gdiapers.com

20. restoringeden.org/about

21. creationcsp.org

22. creationcare.org

23. sustainablestyle.org

24. wmsbf.org

25. clothingmatters.net

26. floresta.org


For the Beauty of the Earth by Steven Bouma Prediger

Saving God’s Green Earth: Rediscovering the Church’s Responsibility to Environmental Stewardship by Tri Robinson

Serve God, Save the Planet by J. Matthew Sleeth, MD

Living the Good Life on God’s Good Earth by contributing authors, edited by David Koetje

  1. #1 by Tom on August 1, 2007 - 10:12 pm

    Today my favorite is # 5. localharvest.com check it out.

  2. #2 by rentoid on August 1, 2007 - 10:59 pm

    Could I also ad ecoratzi.com which is a blog where celebrities are caught ‘green’ handed. Both good and bad in terms of their green behavior.

    I’ve also got a site with a very ‘green’ focus http://www.rentoid.com where the aim is to get people to rent their belongings off each other. Utilise each others idle assets to reduce consumtpion but not downgrade our lifestyles.
    Cheers, Steve

  3. #3 by David on August 1, 2007 - 11:18 pm

    Great resources, thanks for finding those.

  4. #4 by n3ss on August 2, 2007 - 11:27 am

    Becoming more ecologically minded, eh? Good call. There is also Native Seeds/SEARCH (nativeseeds.org). They’re more about crop production but still a very interesting organization.

  5. #5 by Tom on August 2, 2007 - 1:22 pm

    Great additions to the list everybody. Please keep them coming. If you have a website or practice a way of being more eco-responsible, please let us know.

  6. #6 by storbakken on August 3, 2007 - 11:44 am

    Thanks for the list. I too have been listening to the podcast. Awesome stuff.

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