|San Francisco Solar Map|
Interactive maps showing off existing solar power installations in San Francisco.
|Santa Monica Baykeeper Lighthawk Observations|
This map and graph displays over 1500 marine vessel observations in Southern California. Vessels can be filtered by type, activity, and date of observation. Additional layers include Marine Protected Areas and Areas of Special Biological Significance.
|SICPPL Pollution Listing|
Listing of the top 100 polluting industrial facilities in the US as of 2002. Includes pollutants for each location and a list of possible health effects (via scorecard.org) that result from exposure to them.
Social Actions aggregates actions from more than 60 sources including from WiserEarth, using the WiserEarth API.
Solar Boston program, a two-year, $550,000 initiative to increase the amount of solar energy in the city from one-half megawatt today to twenty-five megawatts by 2015. Interactive Flash-based map showing the projects.
|STORET Watershed Summary|
For a given watershed (identified by its 8-digit Hydrologic Unit Code [HUC]), STORET Watershed Summary shows the types of data available in the STORET Warehouse, who has entered the data, the period of record for the data, and how much data is available. Types of data can include metal, nutrient, or pesticide levels. Users can find the nearest HUC by entering their zip code in the "Find Your Watershed" data field in the middle of the main page.
See if your SUV is environmental friendly. Data is from Swivel. Displays all 2007 SUV models and their gas economy. A funny discovery: An SUV with smaller engine is not necessarily a more environmental friendly vehicle.
|The Recycling Center|
Map search to locate Recycling Centers and a guide to recycling from home. There is also a store to shop for recycling stuff.
|Tree by Tree Events|
A map showing tree planting events for Tree by Tree, The Mile High Million. This is a regional tree planting program as part of the City and County of Denver Greenprint Denver initiative to combat global warming.
|TreeHugger GRNDX Green Index|
GRNDX, the first Green Index. Similar to a stock market index, but it tracks mentions of certain key green phrases in the media. Lets you gauge how much mindshare certain concepts have and see if they are gaining or losing ground compared to last week.
|UK Carbon Footprint Project|
A platform for a carbon calculator gadget, built as a partnership among Google, the Energy Saving Trust, and RSA. Uses the AMEE engine and draws on the UK CO2 calculator for its data, calculations, and approved methodologies.
|US Green Power Map|
Mashup combines EPA EGRID 2006 database with Google Maps to provide a search interface for displaying state-by-state power plants and their associated emissions and generation information.
|Visualizing the BP Oil Disaster|
An explosion on the BP-operated Deepwater Horizon oil rig on April 20, 2010m sparked the greatest environmental disaster in United States history. This mashup visualizes the area that would be covered if the oil spill was in your city, or any other city.
Walk Score shows you a map of what is nearby and calculates a Walk Score for any property. Buying a house in a walkable neighborhood is good for your health and good for the environment.
|Wasting Away Superfund Toxic Legacy|
From The Center for Public Integrity, Wasting Away is an authoritative report on the EPA that includes an original accounting of the companies responsible for many of polluted sites in America, as well as an array of maps that show where these sites are.
|WiserEarth Facebook App|
Publishes WiserEarth members activity on their Facebook profiles.
Track FedEx packages--with per-segment CO2 estimates.