Climatological Observers Link
An organisation of people who are interested in the weather. Its members are mainly amateur meteorologists, but many professionals and observers from schools, universities and research establishments also belong to COL.
Environmental History Resources
A collection of articles and resources introducing environmental history and exploring a number of themes including forest history, pollution history and conservation history.
Informative presentation promotes environmental care and protection. Presents guides to recycling, alternative energy, ethical investment.
Grazing Animals Project
Intends to to aid the development of conservation grazing throughout the UK. Includes map of local conservation grazing sites, information on best practice and details of training and publications available.
Annual award recognising creativity in sustainability, focusing on environmentally friendly products and initiatives. Includes video clips, news and shortlist information.
Green Economics Institute Trust
Features information on the training, conferences and events provided by this institute for professionals working in the environmental field.
The national outreach initiative of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew encouraging people to transform spaces through native UK wildflowers and fungi.
The latest news, opinion and multimedia coverage of environmental issues, with special sections on climate change, energy, food, green living, pollution, transport and wildlife.
The Ulster Museum Sciences Division presents its collection of sites on the botany, geology and zoology of Northern Ireland; each project site has identification keys, maps and photographs.
Official site of the environmentalist and writer; includes a biography, background on campaigns he is involved in, diary of appearances, affiliations, a blog, and contacts.
Non-profit website dedicated to sharing information about the many different facets of knowledge about UK trees and forests.
Developed as a partnership between Welsh Government and Natural Resources Wales and serves as a hub for data and information covering a wide spectrum of topics, but primarily around the environment.
A web-based interactive map service covering England, that brings together environmental information from across government; also produces static maps and provides data sets.
Promotes the business and economic benefits and opportunities arising from the implementation of sustainable development principles and the transformation to a sustainable Low Carbon society.
The British Geological Survey's Centre for Sustainable Mineral Development. Information on mineral resources, mineral planning, policy and legislation, sustainable development, statistics and exploration.
Natural Environment Research Council (NERC)
Funds and supports research in major environmental issues such as climate change, biodiversity and natural hazards. Includes details of their programmes, research centres, and education resources.
An extensive online resource for practical nature conservation and countryside management, with articles, reference materials, and links to other resources.
New Weather Institute
A co-op and a think-tank, created to accelerate the rapid transition to a fair economy that thrives within planetary boundaries.
Information portal run by NERC which aims to educate the public about environmental science issues.
Resources and Energy Analysis Programme (REAP)
An environmental accounting programme that attempts to help local government and other organisations understand the footprints of residents in their areas and look at ways to reduce them.
Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution
Independent standing body established to advise the government and the public on environmental issues. Includes details of their reports and studies, membership, and press releases.
Scotland's National Nature Reserves
Established to protect rare and fragile wildlife species and habitats that are often internationally important; includes a gazetteer, with news, events, publications, and resources.
Scottish Environment LINK
A forum for Scotland's voluntary environment organisations that supports networking, cooperation, and a shared voice in the development of policy and legislation. Includes a list of members, and information about their campaigns.
The Scottish Environmental Technology Network (SETN)
Established to support and develop areas such as sustainable transport and building, resource efficiency and recycling, water and waste water treatment, and environmental monitoring. Includes details of their activities, laboratories, internships, and case studies.
Scottish Sustainable Development Forum
A network of sustainable development experts and practitioners that promotes and advocates for sustainable development; with news and events, and details of membership.
Information about the company and details on environmental consultancy services.
Veg Oil Motoring
Enterprise which is committed to reducing carbon dioxide emissions through the use of straight vegetable oil as a vehicle fuel. Information on conversion, courses and news.
Wales Environment Link
Umbrella organisation for environmental voluntary groups in Wales. Contains details of its policy priorities, history and funding with consultation response documents and membership lists.
The UK arm of the WWF Network, the environmental organisation now active in over 100 countries; provides a guide to their practical conservation work, and their campaigns on the environment, climate change, and poverty, with news, contacts, and how to support.