This category deals with environmental sustainability on a global geographic scale. Some starting points for the topic of environmental sustainability in general: ACTIVITIES ARE SUSTAINABLE WHEN THEY: 1 Use materials in continuous cycles. 2 Use continuously reliable sources of energy. 3 Come mainly from the non-destructive use of materials (i.e. creativity, communication, coordination, appreciation, and spiritual and intellectual development.) ACTIVITIES ARE NOT SUSTAINABLE WHEN THEY: 4 Require continual inputs of non-renewable resources. 5 Use renewable resources faster than their rate of renewal. 6 Cause cumulative degradation of the environment. 7 Require resources in quantities that undermine other people's well-being. 8 Lead to the extinction of other life forms.
CNLM is cooperator with land trusts, conservation organizations, public agencies, developers and other land managers that require expertise in the management of environmentally sensitive lands.
A directory of published corporate environmental, sustainability and social reports. Developed as an information tool for stakeholders in the field of environmental and social reporting.
Overview of mission, publications and meetings on environmentally sustainable economy, ongoing assessment of efforts, progress and problems. Based in Washington DC.
Environmental writer with a focus on fundamental but under-reported ecological issues. Information on population growth and a questioning of the sustainability of civilization.
Resource for exchange of views and education in sustainability, precaution, post normal science, knowledge quality assessment, and the management of uncertainty.
Meta journal of environmental news, research, science, law and opinion.
A portal dedicated to raising awareness on the topic of peak oil production and actions that can be taken.
Slashdot discussion of the book: Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things by William McDonough by Michael Braungart.
Educational and research institute dedicated to enhance knowledge, develop technologies and expand capabilities to achieve sustainability.
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