The need to share online resourcesThe Internet is full of information about the environment. There is too little time, and there are much readings - a trouble of abundance. That's why it is important to read what is in good quality, and really beneficial. For this, a list may be useful that lists the most interesting homepages and other kinds of online resources. Currently, lists of top ten are prepared here from search keywords that lead to these online things. These lists are subjective and reflect the author's (Arpad Fekete's) current state of knowledge (if others would join to the FEWS project, they could suggest other links here). Search keywords are used instead of URLs because it is not always and not everywhere legal to publish any kind of hyperlink. Search keywords are shared quoted, and some explanation follows them. By the way, non-audio book titles are not shared here, because they are shared in the further readings sections of Arpad Fekete's book "Environmental theory and ideas".
Top ten websites, international (as of 2014 CE)1. "TreeHugger": For those who like to read environmental news, or good newsletter.
2. "EPI Earth Policy Institute": Planning, good books and good newsletter.
3. "Ceres Non-profit organization for sustainability leadership": Powerful people can do more.
4. "UNEP United Nations Environment Programme": Meaningful information, with free annual publications.
5. "FOE Friends of the Earth": Famous international organization, joining national organizations.
6. "IUCN International Union for Conservation of Nature": The biggest and oldest.
7. "WWF Worldwide Fund for Nature": Famous international organization, usually asking for support.
8. "GreenPeace": One of the most famous international environmental campaigning organizations.
9. "Azimuth Project": About scientists, engineers and mathematicans protecting the environment.
10. "World Overpopulation Awareness": Interesting information about overpopulation.
Top ten Librivox audiobooks (as of 2014 CE)1. "P.T. Barnum - The Art of Money Getting": Rich people are able to protect the environment more.
2. "United Nations - Universal Declaration of Human Rights": compatibility with this is a political advantage.
3. "United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency - Worldwide Effects of Nuclear War: Some Perspectives".
4. "Thomas R. Malthus - An Essay on the Principle of Population": Classic work on overpopulation.
5. "Gene Sharp - There Are Realistic Alternatives": Famous work in political activism (non-violent action).
6. "Adam Smith - The Wealth of Nations": Classic work in political economy, describing some WHYs.
7. "Karl Marx - Wage Labour and Capital: Work in economy for the future (short, better than "Capital").
8. "Alfred Marshall - Principles of Economics": Work in economy as an old textbook, quite famous among the English.
9. "William Cobbett - Cottage Economy": getting closer to the roots (chosen because both old and about agriculture).
10. "Frank Albert Fetter - The Principles of Economics": Although we do not agree with this, it should be interesting.
Potential for moreMore might be added in the future, about free environmentally friendly movies, music, games, newsletters, mailing lists, fonts, Hungarian and German and Spanish language links, or links limited to only one English-speaking country, etc. but this task is postponed until there are more people working on the "Free Eco Web Services" project, or until Arpad Fekete has more free time.