is a sustainable redevelopment project that provides a network of public parks, multi-use trails and transit along a historic 22-mile railroad corridor circling downtown and connecting many neighborhoods directly to each other.
sustains a network that helps build a local food system.
offers citizens one smart and simple way to care for our air, land and water.
promotes sustainable homes, workplaces and communities in the Southeast
Sustainable Agriculture Network - communication and outreach arm of the Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program.
The Food Alliance – support for sustainable agriculture
Business for Social Responsibility - a business membership organization
Cool Companies - a cool site from the Center for Energy & Climate Solutions
GEMI - the Global Environmental Management Initiative
Global Reporting Initiative - standard reporting for environmental, economic and social activity
GreenBiz.com - A resource center on business, the environment, and the bottom line
Network for Business Innovation and Sustainability - helps businesses and organizations implement sustainable practices that increase revenue, enhance reputation, and reduce risk and uncertainty
Envirolink - sustainable business network news and information
Building Green - authoritative information on environmentally responsible building design and construction from the publishers of Environmental
Healthy Building Network - promotes healthy building materials as a means of improving public health
US Green Building Council - the council is the nation's foremost coalition of leaders from across the building industry working to promote buildings that are environmentally responsible, profitable, and healthy places to live and work
World Green Building Council - a U.S. non-profit corporation striving to help countries form national green building councils of their own by providing valuable information and resources to its affiliates and members
A World Institute for a Sustainable Humanity (AWISH) - an international nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide models and support for life sustaining activities that integrate solutions to poverty and the environment while fostering self-reliance
Fostering Sustainable Behavior – Doug McKenzie Moore on community-based social marketing
Sustainable Communities Network - linking citizens to resources and one another
EcoIQ- Smart choices aligning economics and ecology.The thinkers, innovators, and pathbreakers of the sustainability movement.
Global Ecovillage Network - 1500+ pages on ecovillages and sustainability
Bioneers - working to preserve biological and cultural diversity
Center for a New American Dream – their motto is “More fun, less stuff!”
Climate Solutions – promotes a regional approach to global warming solutions
Five E's Sustainable Development Solutions - recognize the many connected issues in our world and how the kinds of choices we make based upon this awareness affect the consequences of our actions
Friends of the Earth - FOE is a national environmental organization dedicated to preserving the health and diversity of the planet for future generations
International Institute for Sustainable Development - champions sustainable development around the world through innovation, partnerships, research and communications
Union of Concerned Scientists - citizens and scientists for environmental solutions
World Resources Institute - a rich resource of current environmental news and data
ZERI - the Zero Emissions Research Initiative
Zero Waste Alliance - working for the elimination of wastes and toxics
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