If you’re looking for information on the environment then this page may be of some help. To save you a bit of time, we have gathered what we think is a good selection of websites, covering a number of topics. If you have found a good site, please email us so we can check it out and possibly add it to this list. email@example.com
Please note that the contents of these websites does not reflect the views or opinions of The Footprint Trust or its funders. We do not recommend or endorse any of the products or services here. Although we endeavour to keep our site safe for all to use, we are unable to guarantee the content of any site given below and take no responsibility for any inappropriate content.
Ecological Footprinting and Sustainable living
- The Isle of Wight Council site gives a good explanation about Ecological Footprinting
- Ventnor Botanic Gardens – Please visit the largest drought-tolerant garden in SE England!
- Best Foot Forward provides a downloadable copy of Island State; an Ecological Footprint Analysis of the Isle of Wight (published in 2002).
- General Sustainable Tourism lists ways in which we can make ourselves better tourists.
- http://www.sustainweb.org/ – Sustain: the alliance for better food and farming
- http://www.landcare.island2000.org.uk/ – Isle of Wight Land Care
If you are thinking of building a green home, installing renewable energy system, rainwater harvesting, try the links below.
- http://www.aecb.net/ – Association for Environment Conscious Building
- http://ecovation.org.uk/htmldesigns/about.html – Ecovation
Renewable Energy – Wind
Renewable Energy – Solar
Renewable Energy – Biomass
- http://www.eco-island.org.uk/climate%20change/isle_of_wight_climate_impacts_report_issue_2.pdf [PDF]
The Nuclear Debate
Nature and Biodiversity
- www.naturenet.net – Got a question about the countryside, conservation or nature? The best thing to do is ask your local ranger! Rangers are friendly people who love to answer questions about our work. Well, maybe you can’t find a ranger at the moment. Just for this very eventuality, Naturenet provides a service called… ‘ASK THE RANGER’.
- Isle of Wight Natural History & Archaeological Society
- Details of recycling on the Isle of Wight (Our Page)
- Store Room Project offers Island residents the opportunity to really help their community and environment by donating furniture, household items and white goods, which may otherwise have been taken to the landfill site, thereby providing a low cost service to members of the community who are not able to furnish their own homes. The local environment is helped along with our Island residents.