Our resources for interior designers are designed to help, educate, connect, inspire and/or amuse you. We are always adding new ones, so you never know what you might find that will make your career, business or next project that much better or your next client or employer that much happier. If you think we’re missing something, then give us a shout.
Disclaimer: We can’t keep track of every little change on all these websites, so if one of them becomes lewd, crude, or socially unacceptable, don’t blame us. But for Heaven’s sake please TELL us so we can do something about it, like enjoy it…before we remove it, of course. One more thing our lawyers told us to say: We’re not endorsing any of these guys – we’re just letting you know they exist. If you get into a rumble with one of them, don’t come crying to us. Caveat emptor, baby.
- Sustainable Cities Institute
The Sustainable Cities Institute aims to give guidance and information to local governments that want to pursue sustainability - in their own operations as well as across the communities where they govern.
- Sustainable Industries
Sustainable Industries' mission is to create a new B2B media experience for sustainability thought leaders.
- Sustainable Life Media
Launched in 2006, Sustainable Brands has become a global learning, collaboration, and commerce community of forward-thinking business and brand strategy, marketing, innovation and sustainability professionals who are leading the way to a better future.
- Sustainable Travel International
Calling all eco-savvy globetrotters! Here’s site that exists to promote responsible travel and ecotourism, support sustainable development, and help travelers and travel providers protect the cultures and environments they visit.
- Terra Flame
Terra Flame wants you to think firespaces instead of fireplaces. Their firespaces are so much more than a clean burning environmentally friendly fire; they are art, accessory, and furniture that bring warmth and beauty to living and working spaces.
TerraPass has helped more than 1,000 businesses and other institutions, as well as hundreds of thousands of individuals, take responsibility for their impact on the climate through education, planning and action.
- The Green Guide
The smart guys over at National Geographic have put together this comprehensive resource geared toward the common man, woman and child. Providing ongoing information about simple, do-able baby steps that one can take to make less of an impact on earth, it
- The Green Standard
The Green Standard's Mission is to advance global sustainability through the ways products are developed, selected and disposed of the end of their useful life. They work in a collaborative manner, often partnering with other organizations to develop
- The Green Zebra Guide
Live in northern California's Bay Area or visiting there soon" Pick up a Green Zebra Guide full of coupons for eco-conscious businesses. Save thousands of dollars while supporting local businesses and learning how to live more sustainably in San Fran
- The Lawrence Anthony Earth Organization
Through science-based, hands-on projects and education, they work with industry, commerce, government and civic leaders to bring rational solutions to environmental and conservation challenges to re-create a healthy thriving planet for all life.
- The Natural Step [TNS]
TNS is a global network sharing the same brand, principles and training in strategic sustainable development. It provides its partners and clients with deep expertise in sustainability, solutions-oriented innovation and transformational change processes.
- TheFind Green
Quick! Where do you buy organic cotton sheets? Or an air purifier? TheFind.com web family now brings you a site to search for organic and eco-friendly products all in one convenient search engine.
It started as a blog about green issues before green was cool. Now it's a huge green machine that's been acquired by Discovery Channel to spread their message and info to more than 1.5 billion(!) people around the globe. Wow.
- Trees For The Future
Since the early 1970's Trees for the Future has been restoring tree cover to degraded lands. Keeping local populations productive on their own lands helps retain their culture and traditional livelihoods for future generations.
- U.S. Green Building Council [USGBC]
USGBC and its community are changing the way buildings and communities are designed, built and operated. They believe in better buildings; places that complement our environment and enhance our communities.
Rescue, Resell, Recycle. That's the motto this moving supply company that rescues truckloads of quality used boxes from large companies that might otherwise recycle them or simply throw them away and then resells to customers at low prices across the USA.
- Vertical Gardens by Patrick Blanc
French botanist Patrick Blanc specializes in creating breathtaking Le Mur Végétal - i.e., vertical gardens - for both indoor and outdoor applications all over the world.
- Water IQ
Texans unite to find out about your area water authority and what you can do to consume less water by fixing leaks, scheduling your sprinklers and generally be more efficient with this precious resource.
We all know that we should be saving water, but where to start? Start here. Sponsored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the WaterSense partnership program provides all sorts of water-saving tips.
- We Live It
This Australia-based retailer’s mission is to discover innovative products that will help you create a world that reflects your values. They tell stories behind the products so that you can better know the people you are supporting with your purchasing.
- Worn Again
Worn Again has a unique trail-blazing heritage. Starting with footwear made from recycled materials in 2005, they have continuously sought out bigger, better solutions to the challenges of textile waste.
- Wysi Wipes
The compostable and biodegradable wipe is compact but turns into an ample, powerful, durable, landfill friendly, personal wipe made of cellulose. It’s 100% natural, contains no alcohol, and has no added chemicals and zero scents.
- Yellow Pages Goes Green
What the hell with phone books? As digital resources grow, so do our landfills. Stop the insanity of the multiple branded (and unwanted) phone books landing on your doorstop by using this free service.
This new kinds of rewards company enables governments, municipalities, public utilities, corporations, social enterprises, NGO’s and charitable organizations to initiate their own sustainability missions and drive meaningful change in their communities.
A postcard printing tool for professional graphic designers. Whether you're a wiz with the graphics or not, this online service can be helpful for your organization or business. Kind of reminds us of the John Mayer song 3by5.