Environmental Resources

  • Biomes of the World

    What is it like where you live? Includes Biomes of the World, Freshwater and Marine Ecosystems.

  • Climate Change Resources

  • Dirtland from Microbe Zoo, Michigan State University

    Learn about the microbes living in the soil, on rocks, inside roots, buried under miles of Earth, in compost piles and toxic waste, and all over the Earth's surface.
  • Dirty Waters, Dangerous Fish

    4.14 Minute video on Hanoi River in Vietnam, and the many fish farms using polluted water.
  • Earth Science & Geography Resources

    This website contains links which are organized alphabetically around the sequence of topics typically taught in an introductory earth science or physical geography class. Links are also available for environmental science, earth science/geography education, career opportunities, and more.

  • EE-Link is Environmental Education on the Internet

    EE-Link is: 5800 links organized in 300 categories, 11,000+ visitors per day. Browse or Search for resources for professional development, climate change, global warming, lesson plans, endangered species, national and international events, jobs, activities for the classroom, and more.
  • Endangered species - IUCN - database provides taxonomic, conservation status, and distribution information

  • Endangered species - A Pathfinder to Information on the Endangered Species Act of 1973

  • Endangered species - Animal Info - Information on Rare, Threatened and Endangered Mammals

  • Endangered species - Biodiversity Hotspots described on this site are the "richest and most threatened reservoirs of plant & animal life

  • Endangered Species - Marine Species

  • Endangered species - National Wildlife Federation Covers endangered habitats and animals

  • Endangered species - NatureServe contains "conservation status, taxonomic, distribution information" for tens of thousands of plants, animals,

  • Endangered species - Patuxent Wildlife Research Center. Est. in 1936 as the nation's first wildlife experiment station

  • Endangered species - site supplies extensive information on the endangered animals African, Asian, Indian, Javan and Sumatran

  • Endangered species - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: The Endangered Species Program

  • Enviromental Working Group

    At EWG, our team of scientists, engineers, policyexperts, lawyersand computer programmers pores over government data, legal documents, scientific studies and our own laboratory tests to expose threats to your health and the environment.

  • Environmental Literacy Council: Teaching Resources

    This section of our website provides access to resources collected and developed by the Environmental Literacy Council for teachers. Click the appropriate category at right to access our teaching modules and a variety of classroom materials ranging from links to all-around great sites for kids to practice exams and programs connecting classrooms around the world.

  • Environmental Protection Agency: Water Science

    Teams of researchers at the United States Environmental Protection Agency

    (EPA) work to provide scientific information and innovative technologies to support the Clean Water Act and Safe Drinking Water Act. The materials generated by these teams are contained within four areas that include Drinking Water and Systems, Water Quality Research, Water Monitoring, and Water Tools and Technology. Within Water Quality Research, Water Risk Management Research is a true stand-out. Visitors can learn about the EPA's work on aging water infrastructure by reading recent publications, looking over the Top Questions posed to the research team, or by checking out updates about their events. Also, visitors can look over the Featured Resource on the homepage, which rotates from week to week.
  • EPA - EnviroMapper StoreFront

    With EnviroMapper, you have access to a wealth of environmental information on your desktop. EnviroMapper is a powerful tool used to map various types of environmental information, including air releases, drinking water, toxic releases, hazardous wastes, water discharge permits, and Superfund sites. Select a geographic area within EnviroMapper and view the different facilities that are present within that area. Create maps at the national, state, and county levels, and link them to environmental text reports. You can even insert dynamically created maps in your own webpages.

  • Haz-Map

    An occupational toxicology database that links jobs to hazardous job tasks that may be associated with occupational diseases and their symptoms.  Provides information on hazardous agents, occupational diseases and high risk jobs.

  • Invasive species - eNature enter a ZIP code and get a free local wildlife guide

  • Invasive species - Exotic Species: Asian Carp