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  • Green Building Elements

    Green Building Elements is a resource for those interested in learning about current green and renewable building news as well as current projects in sustainable architecture and guidelines for building green structures in different locales in the United States. Topics include business, design, materials such as windows, lighting, and structural, standards, and more.

  • Build Green Schools - U.S. Green Building Council

    Build Green Schools by the U.S. Green Building Council is a website dedicated to promote the advantages of green school buildings in the way they affect the community, education, and the environment with information on the LEED program, energy efficiency, and more.

  • Global Green USA

    Global Green is an international environmental group working towards eliminating weapons of mass destruction that threaten the environment and human lives as well as ensuring that the 2.4 billion people in the world who do not have access to clean water are able to obtain it. The organization educates hundreds of millions of people each year on global environmental challenges as well as leveraging billions of dollars for environmental initiatives. Resources on their website include green building for cities and schools, water, climate solutions, and security and sustainability.

  • Building Green

    Building Green is an independent publishing company dedicated to providing unbiased green design news and information as well as a product catalog for consumers and a database of case studies of projects ranging from homes and commercial interiors to large buildings and institutions.

  • is a resource for homeowners and building professionals with information on green home improvement including exteriors, energy retrofits, and solar energy as well as proper green practices involving foundations, framing, HVAC, siding, and insulation. They also have resources on building a green building business and training & certification information.

  • Green Building Finance Consortium

    The Green Building Finance Consortium is an organization of companies and trade groups with the desire to promote independent research and analysis of investment in green energy efficient buildings in order to educate the private real estate sector to understand the value and risk of green building underwriting.

  • Green Building Institute

    The Green Building Institute offers courses on green building standards and practices, LEED certification, green roofs, energy efficiency, solar energy, sustainable communities, and more. They also have resources on their website for renewable energy and incentives including biodiesel, biomass, and hydropower as well as information on green building and home furnishing stores.

  • Green Building Pages

    Green Building Pages is a sustainable building materials database with information on sustainable design and green products as well as a design tool for builders who aim to be environmentally and socially responsible. They also have a calendar of upcoming conferences and expos as well as news briefs on green topics.

  • EPA Green Building

    The EPA's Green Building site is a guide to the components of green building including energy efficiency and renewable energy, water efficiency, waste reduction, toxics reduction, indoor air quality and smart growth development for a variety of buildings such as homes, schools, commercial buildings laboratories and healthcare facilities.

  • NAHB National Green Building Program

    The NAHB National Green Building Program is an organization offering information and tools for builders and homeowners on building or retrofitting green including the ANSI approved ICC-700-2008 National Green Building Standard (NGBS), a nationally recognized standard for green building including homes, site development projects, and remodeling projects. They also have published green home building guidelines, have a yearly conference, and national education programs.

  • U.S. Green Building Council

    The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) is a non-profit community of leaders working to make green building available to everyone within a generation. Their site offers educational resources and links to green building organizations and studies for the advancement of sustainable buildings.

  • Kitchen Trader

    Providing new kitchens, fitted kitchen, Kitchen Doors, Kitchen Carcases, Kitchen Worktops, kitchen sinks, kitchen appliances, replacement kitchen carcases, Replacement kitchen doors, kitchen units supplier, Replacement Kitchen Doors, Kitchen Carcase Supplier, Kitchen Carcase replacements and everything for replacement of kitchen and kitchen planning by The Kitchen Traders in Hampshire, Sussex, UK.

  • Building Materials - Roofing Materials - Building Suppliers

    Reclaimed building material offers architectural salvage, Reclamation building materials, Reclaimed roofing materials such as street lights, marble ornaments, decorative bricks, garden ornaments, garden stone, hand made and machine made bricks, tiles, York stone paving, oak flooring,  roofing tiles, ridges and lead, old beams, edging stones, chimney pots, garden statues and many more.

  • Green Building Certification Institute

    Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) is a branch of the U.S. Green Building Council that administers credentialing programs for green building practices. The GBCI offers LEED AP certification services that can help businesses earn recognition and contribute to professional development.

  • The Green Home Guide

    The USBGC's Green Home Guide provides a variety of resources for home owners looking to live sustainably in an affordable manner. The site offers links to green home programs, regreen remodeling guidelines, news and events, and other resources.

  • Energy Star

    Energy Star is a joint program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy that provides energy efficiency ratings of products and practices in homes and businesses.

  • Green Building Talk

    Green Building Talk is an online forum for residential and commercial green building with a section on technologies and separate forums for ICFs, SIPs, radiant heating, solar & wind power, geothermal heat pumps, and more.

  • Greener Buildings

    Greener Buildings is a resource page for environmentally responsible building development news including architecture & design, building materials, energy use, land use, water use, waste management, and facility management. They also track blogs which relate other green information as well as events, books, reports, and how-tos.

  • Sustainable Industries

    Sustainable Industries is a magazine focusing on green building, clean energy and technology, and green marketing. They also offer resources on web conferences, economic forums, downloads, and green building videos.

  • Green Building Initiative

    The Green Building Initiative is an organization whose aim is to forward the use of green building practices for residential and commercial construction through promotion of practical and credible approaches. They offer a management tool that acts as a design consultant for builders as well as case studies, standards, training information, and resources such as whitepapers, other organizations, and more.