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Greener Nashville

Greener Nashville is dedicated to helping the citizens of Middle Tennessee leave more sustainable lives. They provide resources on saving energy, eating healthy, living green, and much more.

Contact Info:
http://www.greenernashville.org/contact.php

The Tennessean

The Tennessean offers green news from Nashville and Middle Tennessee.

Contact Info:
1100 Broadway
Nashville, TN 37203-3134
(615) 259-8000

Tennessee Environmental Council

The Tennessee Environmental Council seeks to educate and advocate for improvement of Tennessee’s environment, communities, and public health.

Contact Info:
Tennessee Environmental Council
One Vantage Way, Suite E-250
Nashville, TN 37228
Phone: 615-248-6500

Go Green Nashville

Go Green Nashville is dedicated to reducing energy consumption in urban Nashville by 5%. Their blog seeks to ‘bring together information, inspiration, and a sustaining community for Nashville’s future.’

Contact Info:
http://gogreen-nashville.com/signup/

Cumberland River Compact

The Cumberland River Compact protects the Cumberland River by engaging business, government, farmers, miners, and all community members in the problem solving process.

Lipscomb’s Institute for Sustainable Practice

Lipscomb’s Institute for Sustainable Practice seeks to advance sustainability in Tennessee and in the world by training the next generation of professionals to succeed in a new, green economy.

G. Dodd Galbreath or Aileen Bennett
615.966.1771

Green Party of Middle Tennessee

The Green Part of Middle Tennessee is working towards the regeneration of the economy, ecology, and communities in middle Tennessee and the nation.

Contact Info:
Green Party of Middle Tennessee
c/o R. M. F. Frasure
518 Moore Ave
Nashville, TN 37203

Tennessee Conservation Voters

Tennessee Conservation Voters is a coalition of state conservation groups dedicated to raising voter awareness, advocating stronger laws and holding elected leaders accountable for safeguarding the environment of Tennessee.

Contact Info:
615-269-9090