Your Waste Education Resource

Almost everything we use in our daily lives comes from natural resources. There are many environmental education resources available on water, pollution, waste, and conservation. These topics are important to learn about in order to protect our environment. Water is a vital resource that we need to conserve. Pollution can be harmful to our health and the environment. Waste management is important in order to reduce pollution and conserve resources. There are many ways to conserve water, reduce pollution and learn how to reduce, reuse, and recycle.

As a professional Realtor® and certified EcoBroker™, I have rounded up the best online resources for the Environmentally-conscious citizens of Earth.







  • Donate or Recycle Used Electronics – Information on donating or recycling used electronics, including programs from most major electronics stores.
  • Californians Against Waste – Learn all about e-waste and how you can properly recycle your electronic devices.
  • Zero Waste Sonoma – Your local resource for electronic waste disposal, including recycling options, information on free e-waste events, and lists of which items are acceptable to recycle.




  • Environmental Education – Educate yourself on a variety of environmental topics and issues.
  • Global Climate Change – From NASA, learn about the impacts of climate change and the changes you can make to help create a better planet.
  • The Climate Movement – an international movement of ordinary people working to end the age of fossil fuels and build a world of community-led renewable energy for all.
  • The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration – NOAA’s mission to better understand our natural world and help protect its precious resources extends beyond national borders to monitor global weather and climate, and work with partners around the world.
  • Project Learning Tree’s Environmental Education – Project Learning Tree uses trees and forests as windows on the world to increase students’ understanding of the environment and actions they can take to conserve it.
  • Conserving Earth – From National Geographic, learn all about the Earth’s natural resources and how we can conserve them.
  • The Plastic Problem – From PBS News Hour, an increadibly infromative science-based program on plastics. Well worth setting aside 50 minutes to watch!
  • Humanity’s Impact – How many plastic bottles do we produce? – Created by Studio Birthplace, this is a great 3-minute educational/awareness video on visualizing how much plastic we produce in one minute, one hour, one day.  It’s perfect for an “Environmental Moment” in a club meeting.