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View Resource Green Enterprise

A collection of video news reports and demos on green technologies.

http://www.zdnet.com/videos/green
View Resource Biomimicry Institute

Biomimicry is the science and art of emulating Nature's best biological ideas to solve human problems. Non-toxic adhesives inspired by geckos, energy efficient buildings inspired by termite mounds,...

http://www.biomimicryinstitute.org/
View Resource Education and Training

The Biomimicry Institute has a passion for both formal and informal public education from K-12 and university to museum exhibits, nature center programs, media, and publications. Wherever we teach...

http://www.biomimicryinstitute.org/home-page-content/home-pa...
View Resource Green Building Home Page

Sustainable design or building "green" is an opportunity to use our resources efficiently while creating healthier buildings. It provides cost savings to all Californians through improved human...

http://www.calrecycle.ca.gov/greenbuilding/
View Resource Costs and Financial Benefits of Green Building

This study, The Costs and Financial Benefits of Green Building, represents the most definitive cost benefit analysis of green building ever conducted. It demonstrates conclusively that sustainable...

http://www.usgbc.org/docs/news/news477.pdf
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