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View Resource Design Guide for Energy Efficient Laboratories

Energy Efficient Design Applications are intended to assist facility owners, architects, engineers, designers, facility managers, and utility demand-side management specialists in identifying and applying advanced energy-efficiency features in laboratory-type environments. This site is operated by the University of California for the U.S. Department of Energy. A Design Guide for Energy-Efficient...

View Resource Biomimicry

Biomimicry.net provides an explanation of biomimicry, printed publications, case studies, and other resources. The site features a Biomimicry Database, the Biomimicry Institute, and the Biomimicry Guild, all of which are dedicated to nature. The Case Studies section includes photographs of various materials and processes with descriptions of natural systems and what they might inspire for the...

View Resource Business and Sustainable Development: A Global Guide

This site explains the strategies and tools that companies can use to pursue sustainable business practices and includes successful case studies, information on markets for green products and services, banking and investment, and partnerships with nonprofit organizations, as well as a list of published resources of interest to the business community.

View Resource Center for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technologies

The Center for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technologies (CEERT) is a nonprofit organization of concerned scientists, environmentalists, public interest advocates and innovative technology companies. CEERT advocates sustainable electric generation policies, clean vehicles, and energy efficiency and conservation. Their web site features the latest topics surrounding sustainable energy...

View Resource Greenhomebuilding.com

This web site contains a wealth of free information on green building, especially natural building. Viewers can send questions to green building experts through this site. The site is maintained by Kelly and Rosana Hart, with their primary focus being sustainable architecture. Details on vernacular architecture and building codes are also listed on the site.

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