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Ethical Junction

Ethical Junction is an online market place and community providing goods, services and information that tap into the ever-increasing demand for more ethical and environmentally aware lifestyle choices.

Green Consumer Guide

The Green Consumer Guide is an online environmental information point. The guide allows you as an individual or business user to source products, services, organisations & initiatives which will help you to live a greener life.

Green Directory

A directory for all things green! It offers a unique blend of people, organisations, and businesses involved in the green sectors.

The Green Guide

This Green Guide is a comprehensive directory of eco-friendly, natural, ethical and organic goods and services, containing everything the consumer & business user needs for a sustainable lifestyle & workplace.

Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT)

CAT's online 'Green' shop.


Consumer Utility Services (CUS)

Impartial information and advice on saving money on your energy bills and how to be more energy efficient in the home.

Energy Helpline is an independent price comparison service which provides customers with free advice on their best gas and electricity deal.

Green Energy 360

GreenEnergy360 offers impartial and free advice about implementing sustainable and renewable energy options, including solar, wind, hydro and biomass energy systems.

Solar for London

Solar for London is a major initiative to help householders, community groups and businesses install solar thermal panels. They can help with access to grants, provide Solar Rewards with London Boroughs and quality assurance on the installation.


London Green Homes

The London Green Homes website contains information, help and advice for homeowners, tenants and landlords on simple green practices that will help reduce the city's CO2 emissions and achieve the bold targets from the Climate Change Action Plan.

Good Homes Alliance (GHA)

The GHA is a group of housing developers, building professionals and other industry supporters whose aim is to build and promote sustainable homes and communities and to transform the whole of UK house building into a sustainable endeavour.

Forum for the Future

The mission of the Forum is to accelerate the building of a sustainable way of life, taking a positive solutions based approach.

wood for good

wood for good is about encouraging more people to use nature's own building material. The website contains information for consumers, builders, architects and other specifiers.