• art

  • Bags

    • Bagmonster
      Bagmonster is part ofa larger campaign to vilify and poke fun at single-use bags
    • Green Bag Lady
      An artist who makes bags, Green bag Lady will give you a FREE handmade fabric bag if you promise to use it instead of paper or plastic.
    • Morsbags
      Make your own cotton morsbags and distribute – easch one has the possibility to eliminate 100s of bags over its lifetime.
    • Petica Watson
      Filmmaker and creator of the film “Plastic planet: Curse of the Plastic Bag”.
    • Pledgebank: Nobags
    • Say No To Plastic Bags
      Let’s join together as a community and make Newton Abbot a Plastic Bag Free Town.
  • blogs

  • community

  • Ecology

    • Conservation Volunteers Northern Ireland
      Creating a better environment where people are valued, included and involved.
    • Green Choices
      GreenChoices is about the choices we can make in our everyday lives to protect our environment, for the benefit of all. We aim to empower you with simple, direct information on green alternatives which make a real, lasting difference.
    • Helen’s Bay Organic Gardens
      We grow a large range of fruit and vegetables in our fields at Helen’s Bay and combine these with produce from other organic farms in Northern Ireland and certified imports when necessary to provide a complete range of seasonal vegetables delivered to you
    • New Scientist Environment
      Environment section of the UK’s premier science magazine
    • Oceana
      Protecting the World’s Oceans
    • The Ecologist – Home
  • Friends

    • Edith Wise
      Friend of Baglady and soon-to-be YouTube star Edith Wise waxes lyrical on a variety of topics
    • Mapping.com
      Mapping.com provides extensive resources for educators, students, and anyone interested in expanding their geographic horizons.
    • Meet the Greens
      THE GREENS: a cool kids’ site about looking after the planet.
    • Mike Reid’s Mix Cafe Site
      Website of Baglady friend and “Don’t Need a Bag” composer Mike Reid
    • Pink Unicorns
      Hand-crafted knitting by Harriet Moore-Boyd
  • Life Experience

    • Blue Mountains Vision Quest
      Blue Mountains Vision Quest organises and facilitates contemporary Vision Quests in remote wilderness areas of Australia; particularly in the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park, 100km west of Sydney
  • Organizations

    • Friends of the Earth
      We want a healthy planet and a good life for everyone on it. We think we’ll get it by persuading the government and the economy to give people a fair deal.
    • World Wildlife Fund
      WWF conserves endangered species, protects threatened habitats and addresses global threats. We find long-term solutions that benefit both people and nature.
  • Poverty

    • Tearfund
      Tearfund is focused on the fundamentals that need to be addressed in the fight against poverty.
  • recycling

    • 80/20 Recycling, Newry
      Whether you’re looking for new products made from locally-sourced, 100% reclaimed timber or for good-quality furniture and clothes that won’t cost the earth, you’ve come to the right place!
    • Ekamo
      A guide to all things recycling.
    • Furniture Re-Use Network
      The FRN is the national body which supports, assists and develops charitable re-use organisations across the UK . We do this to reduce poverty by helping households in need access furniture, white goods and other household items at affordable prices. In a
    • Let’s Recycle
      letsrecycle.com is the UK’s leading independent dedicated website for businesses, local authorities and community groups involved in recycling and waste management.
    • Love Food Hate Waste
      The “Love Food, Hate Waste” campaign aims to raise awareness of the need to reduce the amount of food that we throw away, and how by doing some easy and practical things in the home we will benefit our purses and the environment.
    • My Zero Waste
      MyZeroWaste.com is our family blog about reducing the amount of waste we send to landfill each week. Follow our progress, leave a comment or two, cheer us on and see if we attain our goal of ZERO WASTE!
    • Recycle Now
      The Recycle Now campaign has been created and is run by WRAP, which stands for the Waste & Resources Action Programme. WRAP will be working closely with councils and retailers to make sure the recycling message is heard.
    • Reduce, Reuse, Recycle; Paper Making Arts and Crafts
      Page of resources on good practices for disposing of paper waste in the home or classroom
    • Rethink Waste NI
    • Waste Online
      Rubbish, waste, garbage…Whatever you want to call it, most people don’t think about the rubbish they produce. Or how much of it. This site gives you the information!
  • shopping

    • innocent drinks
      Great healthy drinks company
    • The Changing Room
      At The Changing Room we are passionate about making fashion fairer, creating a more sustainable lifestyle now and helping each other become responsible consumers.
  • sustainability

    • A Year In a Day
      A Year In A Day focuses on how targets lead to real action, rather than procrastination. In recording daily attempts to take 2 new actions a day – a new personal action and a political action to address global warming – I’m hoping to make substantial ch
    • Action For Sustainable Living
      Action for Sustainable Living (AfSL) is a charity that helps people to live more sustainably. We offer a free consultation in your own home, focusing on simple changes that will make the world a better place to live in – for you and for your children.
    • Campaign to Protect Rural England
      The Campaign to Protect Rural England exists to promote the beauty, tranquillity and diversity of rural England by encouraging the sustainable use of land and other natural resources in town and country.
    • Forum For the Future
      We are a charity that works in partnership with business, the public sector and others to build a sustainable future.
    • Groovy Green
      Together we can all do a little more to reduce consumption, improve health, and find cleaner alternatives to power the gadgets, cars, and lives we lead today.
    • Grown Up Green
      We believe that to have truly sustainable development, not only the environment but also economic and social issues must be taken fully into account.
    • Hempire Building
      Hempire Building Materials Ltd have been developing solutions to address the problem of CO2 emissions created by the manufacture of building materials. We manufacture building materials made from sustainable materials sourced entirely from within the Brit
    • Low Impact Living
      At Low Impact Living, we want to help you lower the environmental impact of your home and your daily life. To do that, we help you find the best green products, practices and service providers to help you achieve your environmental goals.
    • O2 Network
      O2 is an international network on sustainable design
    • Planet Ark
      Planet Ark works to show people the many ways they can reduce their day to day impact on the environment – at home, at work and in the community.
    • PlasticBag.org.uk
      The website dedicated to highlighting the environmental impact of that most ubiquitous of daily objects – the plastic bag.
    • Sustainable Ireland
      Sustainable Ireland – Ireland’s Internet Portal to the world of Sustainability, Permaculture, Ecological Design, Green Building, Renewable Energy, and much more.
    • treehugger
      TreeHugger is a fast-growing web magazine, dedicated to everything that has a modern aesthetic yet is environmentally responsible. Our goal is to make sustainability mainstream and to be the one-stop for the environment. If you want doom & gloom, this
    • World Changing
      WorldChanging.com works from a simple premise: that the tools, models and ideas for building a better future lie all around us. That plenty of people are working on tools for change, but the fields in which they work remain unconnected. That the motive, m