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Alambina: Green Architecture and Sustainable Development - Link list with a focus on green architecture. Also: Beyond sprawl, patterns of growth, carfree cities and energy efficiency.
Applying Sustainable Development - Focus is on social and cultural change, without which sustainable development is unattainable. Pages include threats and opportunities, agenda for change, practical examples, skilled people, models for change, sources of information.
Awakening Earth - Information in support of the awakening of culture and consciousness to achieve a sustainable and compassionate global future.
Capacity Development: A Holistic Approach to Sustainable Development - An analyses of the concept of capacity development--a process by which individuals, groups, organizations and societies enhance their abilities to identify and meet development challenges on a sustainable basis.
Combustion in the Rainforest: Ecology, Energy and Economy for a Sustainable Environment - A global holistic perspective to the world environmental predicament.
Cyclic Solar Safe - A free online course in sustainable product design, with a quiz and hundreds of product examples. Run by the non profit organisation BioThinking International.
Dempsey's Home Page - Advocates sustainable community development. Information on land use planning, software reviews and other topics.
FICUS - Florida Internet Center for Understanding Sustainability
Improving Community Participation in Environment and Development - Guide for natural resource managers and others working to help communities identify more sustainable resource management practices. Provides approaches, information and theory in related fields such as sustainable development, adaptive management, collaborative learning, facilitation, conflict resolution, information management and Internet use.
Introduction to The Natural Step - A creative approach for addressing environmental challenges based on consensus, systems thinking and sharing a common framework of easily understood, scientifically-based principles. Being used by many large businesses worldwide.
Karla Bell and Associates - KBA develops environmental, social and economic policies for LGAs, cities and regions, UN forums, and federal and state agendas.
Kerala Model Of Development - An online resource guide for the academic studies related to the Kerala Model of Sustainable Development.
National Strategies for Sustainable Development - Planning tool for multi-donor project on Developing Country Dialogues on National Strategies for Sustainable Development.
Native Sustainability Paper - Indigenous cultures can teach those of us in Western culture about alternative ways of connecting to life, the land, and community. [Very brief paper]
Panos London - Independent, non-profit information agency producing news and analysis on topical, global issues with a developing country perspective.
Participatory approaches - Website that aims to promote participation in development though a focus on Participatory Learning and Action (PLA) information exchange.
Patterns of a Conservation Economy - Presents a bioregional pattern language, defining sectors of opportunity for the emerging sustainable economy of the 21st century.
SAGE (Sustainability Action Group Exchange) - An exchange forum for information sharing about best practice in sustainability. It features articles, projects, case studies, lectures, texts and links. Updated quarterly focusing on a particular theme or issue.
Signals of Change - Business Progress Towards Sustainable Development. Stephan Schmidheiny . Rodney Chase . Livio DeSimone.
Sustainable Development - At its third session in April 1995, the UN Commission "noted the importance of developing, among the organizations of the United Nations system, a common or compatible system of access to their respective data bases, in order to share data fully, to streamline the collection and interpretation of data and to identify data gaps, for the purpose of providing more comprehensive and integrated data to decision-makers at national, regional and international levels."

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