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View Resource Stormwater Strategies Community Responses to Runoff Pollution

This May 1999 report from the Natural Resources Defense Council documents some of the most effective strategies being employed by communities around the country to control urban runoff pollution,...

http://www.nrdc.org/water/pollution/storm/stoinx.asp
View Resource Teaching Resources – In Your Neighborhood

The EPA's extensive resources for K-12 teachers.

http://www.epa.gov/teachers/neighborhood.htm
View Resource Concern, Inc.

A nonprofit organization that works in 27 countries providing emergency relief and long-term assistance. It began in Ireland in 1968 and operates both emergency and long-term development programs.

http://www.concernusa.org/
View Resource Urban Land Institute

An International nonprofit research and educational organization that caters to professionals in land use and real estate development. Also works with private businesses and government. This site...

http://www.uli.org
View Resource Smart Communities Network: Green Buildings Introduction

Provides a variety of resources related to sustainable development. Includes overview articles, slide shows, links to other sources of information, recommended books and videos, and educational...

http://www.smartcommunities.ncat.org/buildings/gbintro.shtml
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