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Global Environment & Technology Foundation (GETF): GETF is non-profit corporation, promoting the development and use of innovative technology to achieve sustainable development. Its website provides a useful resource for information about this field.
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Global Exchange - Anti-Sweatshop Campaign: This area of Global Exchange's website contains much information on bad practice companies, links, resources, student activites, tools for action and its campaign against sweatshops in China.
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Green Business Network: This non-profit, non-partisan outfit works to bring environment information, resources and tools to mainstream business community to help companies integrate environmental responsibility and sustainability into their operations. This website is a one-stop shop for useful data, although users must subscribe to benefit from its full capacity.
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Green Renewable Jobs: Jobs, Careers resources, News and Information for the Environmental Industries
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Greening of Industry Network, The: This an international partnership, a research and policy institute without walls, focusing on issues of industry, environment and society, and dedicated to building a sustainable future.
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GreenMatters: GreenMatters is an environmental education and activism site designed as the "The Busy Person's Guide to Greener Living´┐Ż ". This practical e-guide contains tools and resources to help those whose wish to have a greener lifestyle, including information on green lifestyle, green shopping, eco-tips, articles, action alerts, books and links.
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Greenpeace: A must-visit site for all aspects of environmental concern, including renewable energy, the marine environment, forests, biodiversity, climate change and pollution and water. Greenpeace is one of the most pro-active environmental organisations.
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IIED - Sustainable Markets: This programme launched by the International Institute for Environment and Development seeks to promote practical ways of making international trade and global consumption serve the goals of sustainable development.
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Institute of Business Ethics: The IBE aims to encourage the ethical nature of wealth creation and the highest standards of behaviour by companies. It also publicises the best ethical practices. It holds consultations and conferences, publishes research and identifies effective actions which business can take. The IBE website includes information on events, publications, links, news and guidelines for developing a 'Code of Business Ethics'.
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International POPs Elimination Network: IPEN is a global network of public interest non-governmental organisations united in their support for the global elimination of persistent organic pollutants, on an expedited yet socially equitable basis. Their website includes information about POPs, the IPEN newsletter, reports, a science panel, links and more.
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