Below is a list of useful sites related to environmental isuues and information.
- The Union of Concerned Scientists
- This is a great site for educators looking for resources and ideas to bring environmental issues into their classroom.
- National Geographic
- National Geographic is, well National Geographic!!! You'll find everything you would expect on this high quality site.
- eNature.com has great information on wildlife and includes useful links to purchasing field guides, creating wildlife habitats, or asking an expert a wildlife question.
- Sierra Club
- In a recent article from the Sierra Club, Marilyn Berlin Snell covers the story of how an environmental education experience impacts the lives of inner-city high school students.
- Living Oceans
- Living Oceans' Seafood Lovers Initiative helps you become more familiar with the fish and shellfish you buy so that you can make choices toward better managed selections. They also have a very cool interactive oil spill animation that your students will enjoy.
- Marine Fish Conservation Network
- Read the "Catch of the Day" from the Marine Fish Conservation Network and become better aware of the state of our oceans and marine life
- Environment News Service
- For the most current updates in international environmental news, take a look at the Environment News Service. You can even sign up for a free subscription for your classroom!
- Garden State EnviroNet
- For local New Jersey environmental issues, visit the Garden State EnviroNet.
- BBC News
- For current updates in science and nature around the world, try the BBC news.
- Population Connection
- Population education and up-to-date population statistics are available at this site
- Super Science for Kids
- Looking for fun activities and experiments for your science class? Check out this great site.
Online Activities & Lessons
- Hatchet, by Gary Paulsen