Below are links to good web sites about sustainability.

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Al Gore is doing a good job of bringing to the attention of the world the climate crisis. The music on the site is moving, the news the site brings the most important. You should hear Al Gore's message!

6 Apr 07

A great site to graphically view the number of people who have been born and died and how much CO2 we are emitting as you are watching

30 Mar 07

In this story, Geoff Lawton talks about re-greening the deserts of Jordan. By applying the principles of permaculture, they managed to salvage a heavily salted environment and turn it into a green oasis.

26 Feb 05

The Association for the Advancement of Sustainable Materials In Construction (AASMIC) was formed by a multi disciplinary group of concerned professionals to promote sustainable materials in construction. The group encourage innovative sustainable new materials, disseminate information about sustainable materials and stimulate discussion and debate about sustainable materials and related issues. AASMIC also lobby governments and other agencies about the importance of materials for a sustainable built environment an run conferences.

26 Feb 05
The Global Green Plan is an initiative of the Global Green Plan Foundation and has the objective of creating cultural change for more sustainable development.
14 Jan 06
Leonardo Dicaprio's web site. View the excellent videos on global warming and the water crisis. 14 Jan 06

Who said the large automobile manufacturers and petroleum industry had managed to kill off green innovation? Green Motorsport is devoted to environmental racing and applied green performance technology, with emphasis on research & testing new green energy alternatives and bringing them to everyone’s attention through racing.

6 Apr 07
The Low Carbon Network is a UK based not for profit company established to raise awareness of the links between buildings, the working and living patterns they support, and global warming. Members of the LCN aims to help bring about change through the take up of new ideas and approaches to building. To achieve this they have focused on projects that are both ‘low carbon’ and low cost. The first building in the world to incorporate TecEco technology was built by the LCN and if you go to their website look for Earthship Brighton. 15 Mar 06

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