City of Seattle office of Sustainability and Environment - http://seattle.gov/environment/
Seattle's Office of Sustainability and Environment collaborates with city agencies, businesses, nonprofit organizations and other partners to protect and enhance Seattle’s environmental quality and livability. The purpose of the site is not only to inform, but also to inspire individuals and organizations to take actions that help make Seattle a model of healthy, ecologically sustainable urban living.
Development Education Programs: Explore Sustainable Development - http://www.worldbank.org/depweb
DEPweb, the World Bank's Web site is devoted to classroom-ready sustainable development materials designed for educators. Find online books and learning modules brimming with activities, information, data tables, case studies, colorful maps, charts, and photos that will help you explore sustainable development.
FORBES Magazine: Sustainable Design, Going Green - http://www.forbes.com/leadership/2006/07/27/ledadership-design-buildings-cx_pgb_0727green.html?partner=topix
This article touches on sustainable design- a real, practical and long-term practice that has the potential to make a big difference in energy savings and environmental health.
Global Stewards - http://www.globalstewards.org/ecotips.htm
This site provides resources for sustainable living and environmental activism. Find environmental tips, coverage of current environmental issues, a calendar of world events, articles about various aspects of sustainability and an action list that offers suggestions for how you can create a sustainable lifestyle.
Green Map System - http://www.greenmap.org
The Green Map System helps promote sustainable community development through mapmaking. The maps, which have icons that indicate green living, ecological, social and cultural resources, are useful for decision-making and also are practical guides for residents. Find links to about 50 maps.
International Sustainable Solutions - http://i-sustain.com
International Sustainable Solutions researches and identifies global best practices in areas such as transportation, energy, waste and resource management and urban planning. They organize international study tours, create and distribute educational materials and conduct studies that further the implementation of sustainable practices.
Metroactive: “Going Green: Untangling the Ridiculously Obvious yet Alarmingly Complex Ideas behind Sustainability” - http://www.metroactive.com/papers/sonoma/07.17.03/green-0329.html
This article delves into the idea of sustainability, highlighting how many environmental issues, such as food, water and shelter, are interwoven.
Seattle City Light: Resource Guide for Sustainable Design - http://www.cityofseattle.net/light/conserve/sustainability/
Seattle City Light encourages building owners and developers to incorporate meaningful sustainable building goals early in building design process. Sustainable building entails environmentally sensitive site planning, resource efficient building materials and superior indoor environmental quality.
Sustainable Ballard - http://sustainableballard.org/wiki/index.php?title=Welcome_to_Sustainable_Ballard%21
Sustainable Ballard is a nonprofit organization dedicated to grassroots sustainability in the Ballard community. Find a calendar link with lists of meetings and events. The site also has information on the Sustainable Ballard Festival, which features workshops, classes and demonstrations.
Sustainable Style Foundation - http://sustainablestyle.org
The Sustainable Style Foundation is an international, member-supported nonprofit organization created to provide information, resources and innovative programs that promote sustainable living and design. The site provides useful and up-to-date information and resources for both design professionals and consumers so they may more easily incorporate sustainability into their work and lives.