- EPA Environmentally Preferable Products
Several databases from the EPA for selecting environmentally preferable alternatives when selecting products for building, electronics, cleaning, and other products or services.
- EWG's Skin Deep - Cosmetic Safety Database
"Skin Deep is a safety guide to cosmetics and personal care products brought to you by researchers at the Environmental Working Group."
- Skin Deep - "What not to buy list"
- EWG's Shoppers Guide to Pesticides
"The Shopper's Guide to Pesticides is a key resource for consumers aiming for healthier diets. Since many shoppers can't find or afford organic produce, they can use the Shopper's Guide to avoid those conventional fruits and vegetables found to be highest in pesticides – the Dirty Dozen – and, instead, choose items from the Clean Fifteen list. "
- EWG's Everyday Pollution Solutions
"Your Guide to going green."
- National Geographic Green Guide for Everyday Living
"Intended for general consumers, GREEN GUIDE (in its book, magzine and online formats) shows people how to make small changes that add up to big benefits for their wallets, for their health, and, of course, for the health of the planet. "
- Green Guide's DIY Household Cleaners
Recipes for simple, effective and safe household cleaners.
- Green Guide's Plastic Containers Buying Guide
How to select the safest plastic containers.
- Consumer Action Guide to Toxic Chemicals in Toys
"HealthyStuff.org has tested thousands of toys since 2007. These test results are intended to help consumers with the information they need to make better choices when purchasing toys and other children’s products. "
- Healthy Child, Healthy World
"Child centered site for reducing the toxins in your home and in your family’s bodies."
- NRDC GreenPaws Flea and Tick Products Directory
"NRDC checked the listed ingredients of more than a hundred flea and tick products and found that many contain toxic chemicals that could poison pets and harm people, even when applied as instructed on the box. Pick from the list below, or use the search boxes to the right to find out about pet care products you are considering, which chemicals they contain and the level of risk they may pose."
- CHE Toxicant and Disease Database
Collaborative on Health and the Environment's database of links between chemical contaminants and human diseases or conditions.