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View Resource Building Science Corporation

Internationally recognized firm and valuable website for expertise in moisture dynamics, indoor air quality, and forensic (building failure) investigations. Also on the leading edge of the design of sustainable communities and buildings, this website promotes energy efficiency and environmental responsibility within the constraints of marketable and affordable building technology.

View Resource Institute for the Built Environment

This site features a multidisciplinary research institute. Its mission is to foster stewardship and sustainability of the built environment through a research-based, interdisciplinary educational forum.

View Resource Architectural Design, Level II: Material Essence: The Glass House

Part of MIT's innovative OpenCourseWare Project, that provides materials from MIT classes to the public on the web, this site provides models for a design studio for housing, with a significant topic being compensating for the energy transfer characteristics of glass. The site provides a syllabus, sample assignments, including photos of students projects that resulted from course assignments

View Resource Ecological Building Network

A nonprofit organization that promotes a multitude of techniques and materials that conserve the Earth's resources required for residential construction in more developed countries. It also seeks ways to create safe, affordable, healthy structures using indigenous materials in less developed countries. This site lists their projects and publications.

View Resource Association for Environment Conscious Building

The Association for Environment Conscious Building is a nonprofit trade organization that promotes green building in Great Britain. Their web site includes news, information on conferences, answers to common questions, expert advice, and an online data base to locate members and green building products.

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