GlobeArt EcoLinks:

a collection of environmental and
educational sites from around the world

EcoLink EnviroLink
This site describes itself as "the largest online environmental information resource on the planet." EnviroLink is a non-profit, grassroots, online, community organization which seeks to unite hundreds of other organizations and volunteers in over 130 countries around the world. The EnviroLinks Library offers a wide array of ecologically conscious information and an impressive collection of environmentally sound lesson plans. URL:

EcoLink The Field Museum of Natural History
Located in Chicago, Illinois, the Field Museum "is ... concerned with the diversity and relationships in nature and among cultures." Its web site supports that mission with on-line exhibit tours and extensive educational materials. URL:

EcoLink The JASON Project
As seen on TV! This site describes itself as "the world's premier interactive distance learning event." It supports and reports the scientific adventures of Dr. Robert Ballard and his team as they explore ecosystems and other natural phenomena all over the world. In 1995, Ballard's team studied volcanoes in Hawaii and learned more about how the earth was formed. This year, they're exploring reefs along the Florida coast. URL:

EcoLink The Global Recycling Network
This site describes itself as "your one-stop recycling information resource on the Net." Its searchable index offers information on recycling education, careers, news, equipment, associations, companies, commodities and more! URL:

EcoLink Compost Resource Page
More on the composting alternative to overburdened landfills. This site "is intended to serve as a hub of information for anyone interested in the various aspects of composting." It is searchable and includes links to still "Other Earth-Friendly Sites." URL:

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