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Sustainability

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Business and Finance (34)
Conservation of Resources (22)
Current Issues and Publications (75)
Education and Training Resources (9)
Green Building (170)
International Resources (43)
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Regional Issues (USA) (11)
Research (17)
Social Dimensions (27)
Sustainable Development (63)
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View Resource Clean Energy Works Portland Report

Green For All's report details why Clean Energy Works Portland has such special appeal. The program includes a revolving loan fund with innovative "on-bill financing" and a Community Workforce...

http://www.greenforall.org/resources/clean-energy-works-port...
View Resource CleanTechnica

Green Options Media?s rapidly growing network of environmentally-focused blogs provides users with a broad spectrum of information for making sustainable choices. Launched in February, 2007, Green O...

http://cleantechnica.com/
View Resource Climate Change: Financing Global Forests

Library Holdings. According to the Office of Climate Change press release, the Eliasch Review aims to provide an analysis of international financing to reduce forest loss and its associated...

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc13704/
View Resource Common Ground: Solutions for Reducing the Human, Economic and Conservation Costs of Human Wildlife Conflict

This report deals with the conflicts between wildlife and human development. Three cases studies are included, in Namibia, Nepal and Indonesia, respectively. Each location has different problems and...

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc32900/?q=env...
View Resource Compost Quality Guidelines

Compost is becoming an increasingly popular soil amendment with growers, landscapers and other end users. Compost consists of organic matter (such as leaves, landscape trimmings, food scraps, or...

http://www.wastenot-organics.wisc.edu/05composting/publicati...
View Resource Compost Use Guidelines

Compost is the product of controlled biological decomposition of organic matter. It usually involves an aerobic (oxygen-rich), high temperature process that kills pathogens and weed seeds and...

http://www.wastenot-organics.wisc.edu/05composting/publicati...
View Resource Composting Process

Composting is the biological decomposition of organic matter under controlled conditions brought about by the growth of microorganisms and invertebrates. While decomposition occurs naturally, it can...

http://www.agf.gov.bc.ca/resmgmt/publist/300Series/382500-2....
View Resource Composting: Environmental Concerns

Composting organic material has many benefits. Organic wastes are diverted from landfill or other disposal sites. Composted material can be used as a soil amendment or nutrient source. Composting...

http://www.agf.gov.bc.ca/resmgmt/publist/300Series/382500-11...
View Resource Conservation Tillage

The term conservation tillage refers to a number of strategies and techniques for establishing crops in a previous crop?s residues, which are purposely left on the soil surface. The principal b...

http://attra.ncat.org/attra-pub/PDF/consertill.pdf
View Resource Consortium for Education in Renewable Energy Technologies

CERET Offers technical training and education to incumbent workers, students, and teachers in renewable energy technologies. Through these actions, CERET seeks to promote energy independence,...

http://www.ceret.us/
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