USEFUL RESOURCES & ETHICAL ORGANISATIONS

A list of in-depth resources to aid you on the journey towards sustainability, green living, and climate justice.

  • Unearthed – Investigative journalism from Greenpeace UK

 

  • Roar Magazine – An online magazine and quarterly print journal of the radical imagination, providing grassroots perspectives from the front-lines of the global struggle for real democracy.

 

  • Entitle Blog – A collaborative writing project on political ecology.

 

  • The Ecologist – One of the world’s leading environmental affairs platforms.

 

  • Ethical Consumer Magazine – An ethical consumer guide. Independent product guides, research, information and analysis since 1989.

 

  • Mother Earth News – Wide-ranging, expert editorial coverage of organic foods, country living, green transportation, renewable energy, natural health, and green building.

 

  • Resurgence Mag  – Positive, informed and original perspectives on environmental issues, activism, social justice, arts and ethical living.

 

 

  • Down To Earth –  The latest news, opinion and blogs on environment and science from India and south Asia.

 

 

  • Orion Magazine – Ideas, writers, photographers, and artists together, focused on nature, the environment, and culture, addressing environmental and societal issues.

 

  • Whole Terrain – A Journal of reflective environmental practice.

 

  • Earth First – Non-hierarchical organisation and the use of direct action to confront, stop and eventually reverse the forces that are responsible for the destruction of the Earth and its inhabitants.

 

  • Green Economist – Detailing the arguments for and move towards a green economy.

 

 

  • EcoWatch – A leading environmental news site.

 

  • Rising Up – An organisation calling for a fundamental change of the political and economic system to one which maximises well being and minimises harm.

 

  • Extinction Rebellion – An international movement using mass civil disobedience to force governments to enter WWII-level mobilisation mode, in response to climate breakdown and ecological crisis.

 

  • Bright Zine – A lifestyle magazine for the ethically minded.

 

 

  • Guardian Environment – The environment and climate section of the Guardian newspaper, providing level-headed and well-researched climate journalism.

 

  • Guardian Upside – The Upside series comprises journalism that focuses on our capacity to act together to make positive change.

 

  • WWF – The World Wildlife Fund. The world’s leading independent conservation organisation, whose mission is to create a world where people and wildlife can thrive together.

 

  • Greenpeace UK – An organisation defending the natural world and promoting peace by investigating, exposing and confronting environmental abuse, and championing responsible solutions for fragile environments.

 

  • Sea Shepherd – Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS) is an international non-profit, marine wildlife conservation organization, whose mission is to end the destruction of habitat and slaughter of wildlife in the world’s oceans in order to conserve and protect ecosystems and species.

 

  • Ende Gelände –  A broad alliance of people from the anti-nuclear and anti-coal movements, the Rhineland and Lausitz climate camps and the Hambacher Forest anti-coal campaign, sharing the belief that to stop climate change we need to take action ourselves, using civil disobedience as a powerful signal for real action to put our climate before profit.

 

  • New Internationalist An independent media organization dedicated to socially conscious journalism and publishing.

 

  • The Good Shopping Guide – An ethical consumer guide, where businesses and brands can be compared to to assist you in choosing more eco-friendly, ethical products that ‘support the growth of social responsibility and ethical business as well as a more sustainable, just society.’

 

  • Willow Creative Co – Willow Creative Co is a production agency for ethical businesses. They create ethically-minded content fit for editorial, ecommerce, and other commercial ventures. They also act as an ethics consultant and advice service, believing that businesses should ‘grow together’ on the road to good ethics and sustainability.