Go green: State links and resources

May 2, 2011 3:18:33 PM PDT
Looking for green resources in your particular part of the tri-state area? Below are helpful links broken down by state.NEW YORK


  • State of New Jersey Green Homes Office
    The site contains resources for New Jersey residents and housing developers of financial incentives and other information related to sustainable design.

  • NJ Green
    The site, run by the state, gives tips and information on how residents can live a greener life.

  • New Jersey's Clean Energy Program
    The home page for the state's clean energy program. It contains informations about about green job training, green events, refridgerator/freezer recycling and other issues related to lessening one's carbon footprint.

  • New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
    This coprehensive site features links to a wide array of resources and links related to state conservation and sustainability issues, including site cleanups, waste management, climate change, recycling and stewardship.


  • CT GreenScene
    This blog-formatted site is constantly updated with articles related to green living in the Nutmeg State, including a listing of green events within the state.

  • Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection
    This coprehensive site includes a section called "Environmental Protection Begins With You," which lists simple ways to have a green mentality in one's home, backyard, garage, workplace, community or on the water.

  • The Institute for Sustainable Energy
    The site of the Eastern Connecticut State University-based institute contains materials that focus on all matters relating to green energy.

  • CT Green Schools
    The site gives ways of how to green any type of school.