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  • EPA Personal Emissions Calculator (1,370)
    EPA has developed tools to help individuals (and households) reduce greenhouse gas emissions and take action. Businesses and organizations interested in educating their employees and members about what they can do at home to help protect our climate can also use these tools.

    Use this online calculator to obtain an estimate of your personal greenhouse gas emissions or your family
  • Friends of Baltimore's Parks Listserv (1,248)
    Friends of Baltimore Parks is a group of citizens and organizations working together to share resources, ideas and best practices for stewardship of Baltimore City's Parks.
  • Green City Baltimore (2,551)
    This Blog is for you, members of the Baltimore community, to share and post your favorite website and blog links, suggestions, photos and ideas for improving our environment and ecology. Click the "Join Us" tab for more information about how.
  • Institute for Energy and Environmental Research (1,398)
    IEER is dedicated to increasing public involvement in and control over environmental problems through the democratization of science.
  • Sustainable Stormwater Management (1,819)
    Ok not totally bike related but hay they have a Bike Lane entry in their blog and the topic comes up especially related to bike trails and impervious surfaces. It helps to know what the real issues are and how to solve them.
  • The Green Enthusiast (1,205)
    There are many reasons to go green. Some people go green in order to save money, some people go green because its good for the environment, and some people go green because of new laws that require new behavior. In the end, however, we all go green for the same reason, because we have no other choice. The way that we have behaved in the past is simply unsustainable. We cannot continue to burn fossil fuels and pump endless amounts of C02 into the atmosphere and expect no consequences. Global warming is a reality, and we if we do not change our behavior we will create a world that we no longer recognize and that is inhospitable to us and many other forms of life. Fortunately, we are intelligent beings, and we can not only see the impacts of our actions, but we can change them. It will not be easy. Today the world's economies are powered by oil, coal and natural gas. If we took these energy sources away tomorrow, the world would slide into a world-wide depression and billions of people would suffer. But if we plan wisely and act deliberately, we can make the earth a stable and nurturing place on which to live.
  • Upcoming Environment Events (1,451)
    This seems to be a good comprehensive list of events for the nature lover in us.