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Associations and Organizations -- Building Construction, HVAC, and Landscape Design

View Resource Affordable Comfort Inc. Homepage

ACI seeks to advance the energy performance of residential buildings. It brings together developers and policy makers and sponsors conferences, trainings and education initiatives.
View Resource American Institute of Architects (AIA)

Homepage of the American Institute of Architects
View Resource ASHRAE: Engineering for the world we live in

Website of a national association of engineers who work in heating and cooling.
View Resource Association for Environment Conscious Building

Nonprofit trade organization that promotes green building in Great Britain. Their web site includes news, information on conferences, answers to common questions, expert advice, and an online data...
View Resource Build It Green

Build It Green is a non-profit membership organization whose mission is to promote healthy, energy- and resource-efficient building practices in California. We work with mainstream stakeholders in...
View Resource Builders Without Borders

Website of the international network of builders who use green design, as green building materials, especially locally available natural materials, to create shelter in less developed countries.
View Resource Built Green

Our mission is to promote environmentally friendly home building methods and practices, and to enhance our communities through leadership in sustainable development.
View Resource California Straw Building Association (CASBA) Homepage

A non-profit organization consisting of architects, engineers, and builders whose mission is to further the practice of straw building.
View Resource Canelo Project

Information about straw bale home construction.
View Resource Cellulose Insulation Manufacturers Association Homepage

The Cellulose Insulation Manufacturers Association was established to enforce and document conformance by its participants with the Consumer Products Safety Commission regulation for cellulose...
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