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View Resource The Charrette Process

The charrette process is a cost-effective way for communities of all sizes to address environmental goals and un-funded mandates. Many charrette participants have been faced with the challenge of...

http://www.efc.umd.edu/charrette.html
View Resource Guidebook of Financial Tools: Paying for Sustainable Environmental Systems

A primary source for tools is the document, A Guidebook of Financial Tools, produced by the Environmental Financial Advisory Board and the Environmental Finance Center Network.

http://www.epa.gov/efinpage/guidebook.htm
View Resource Invest in Green

For investors interested in energy efficiency in either conventional or green construction, meaningful answers to a few questions will go a long way towards ensuring a sustainable investment.

http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=green_buildings.green_...
View Resource Commisioning Evaluation: Tips for Grantmakers and Grant Seekers

As stated previously, choosing data collection strategies (e.g., surveys, observations, record reviews) depends upon the purpose of the evaluation, the evaluation questions, the time frame, and the...

http://brunerfoundation.org/ei/docs/EvaluativeThinking.bulle...
View Resource Managing the Risks and Opportunities of Climate Change: A Practical Toolkit for Investors

The next 50 years will require a massive shift to cleaner energy sources and technologies to avoid unmanageable climate disruption. This toolkit is designed to help investors begin to comprehensively...

http://www.ceres.org/NETCOMMUNITY/Document.Doc?id=332
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