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View Resource Local Energy Efficiency Self-Scoring Tool, Version 2.0 Beta

This new updated version of the Local Energy Efficiency Self-Scoring Tool lets you score any community?s energy efficiency efforts using the metrics from ACEEE's 2015 City Scorecard. The brief user g...

http://aceee.org/research-report/u1511
View Resource The Nature Conservancy Global Solutions

We are optimists about Earth?s future. The Nature Conservancy envisions a world where people and nature thrive together. But today our world is at a crucial juncture. We will soon be nine b...

https://global.nature.org/
View Resource City of Eugene Sustainable Eugene

A city government office of sustainability addresses social equity, environment, and economic issues, includes a 53-page plan outlines practices, policies, and resources committed to reduce...

http://www.eugene-or.gov/sustainability
View Resource Where You Live

This web site contains a wealth of information for communities interested in environmental protection and sustainable development including links to various tools for community action, and...

http://www.epa.gov/epahome/whereyoulive.htm
View Resource Cohousing Association of the United States

This web site lists cohousing communities in the United States and abroad with links to their web sites. It also lists products, such as books and videos; services, including professional consulting...

http://www.cohousing.org/
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