[Sust-mar] Links: And now for something completely different

Paul Falvo pfalvo at chebucto.ns.ca
Mon Nov 20 08:57:04 EST 2006

Forwarded from Frank Cameron:

http://www.greenmap.org/  *Green 
* are locally created maps that chart the natural and cultural environment.
Using adaptable tools and a shared visual language of Green Map Icons to
highlight green living resources, Green Maps cultivate citizen participation
and community sustainability in hundreds of places around the world.

http://bycycle.org/ Maps of how to get to places, not by car, but by bike.
They're looking for volunteers to expand their maps. byCycle's mission is to
help people use bicycles for more of their daily transportation needs and,
in general, promote more livable cities. Our main project is the building of
an interactive online bicycle trip planner 
byCycle is based in Portland, Oregon.

I have to include one library site at least.  This is a blog called
"Building a Sustainable Future".  A conversation blog for the "Building a
Sustainable Future" workshops sponsored by the Kansas State Library and
WebJunction's Rural Library Sustainability (RLS) project.

Building Green: http://www.nrdc.org/buildinggreen/  from the  Natural
Resources Defense Council

Finally, two green 'business' sites:
http://www.ceres.org/pub/publication.php?pid=84  downloadable PDF
documents.  The *2006 Corporate Governance and Climate Change: Making the
Connection* report includes a 30-page summary report comprised of the
executive summary, the climate governance scoring criteria, the 100 company
scores and sector-specific findings. The report also includes 2- to 3-page
profiles on each of the companies evaluated.

http://www.climatebiz.com/  Businesses interested in improving their
environmental performance will find backgrounders here on such topics as the
business case for climate-friendly policies, establishing targets and
measuring performance, reducing emissions, carbon offsets, etc.


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