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Sustainability News

Welcome to the Sustainability news page! Here, there can be found links to other sites' news concerning recent developments regarding sustainble building, especially school buildings.

Environmental Building News
EBN is a monthly in depth review of sustainable building products, methods, and the like.
http://www.buildinggreen.com/articles

U.S. Department of Energy - Smart Communities Network
The DOE provides news concerning sustainable buildings, especially energy-related news.
http://www.smartcommunities.ncat.org/overview/ovintro.shtml

Greenclips
Greenclips' newsletters produce a summary of news on sustainable building design and related government and business issues published every two weeks by email.
http://www.greenclips.com

Green Power Network
The Green Power Network provides news on green power markets and utility green pricing programs - both domestic and international. You will find up-to-date information on green power providers, product offerings, consumer issues, and in-depth analyses of issues and policies affecting green power markets.
http://www.eere.energy.gov

Oikos
Oikos's news listings concerning sustainable building. This site includes a searchable database, called REDI, of more than 1,700 companies that offer green building products. You'll also find information on books, videos, and software related to green building and design, a product gallery of new and interesting products, useful information on sustainable design and construction, and a newsletter filled with ideas for making your building project more energy- and resource-efficient.
http://www.oikos.com/




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