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  1. Energy for Sustainability: Technology, Planning, Policy by John Randolph PhD, Gilbert M. Masters, 2008-06-30
  2. Energy Systems and Sustainability
  3. Energy: Science, Policy, and the Pursuit of Sustainability
  4. Global Energy Shifts: Fostering Sustainability in a Turbulent Age by Bruce Podobnik, 2005-11-01
  5. Agent-Based Models of Energy Investment Decisions (Sustainability and Innovation) by Tobias Wittmann, 2010-11-30
  6. Sustainability at the Cutting Edge, Second Edition: Emerging Technologies for low energy buildings by Peter Smith, 2007-04-20
  7. Visions for a Sustainable Energy Future by Mark A. Gabriel, 2008-01-16
  8. World Energy Assessment: Energy and the Challenge of Sustainability by United Nations Development Programme, 2001-01-12
  9. Renewable Energy and Climate Change (Wiley - IEEE) by Volker Quaschning, 2010-04-19
  10. Energy and the Ecological Economics of Sustainability by John Peet, 1992-05-01
  11. Energy and the Ecological Economics of Sustainability by John Peet, 1992-05-01
  12. Sustainable Urban Housing in China: Principles and Case Studies for Low-Energy Design (Alliance for Global Sustainability Bookseries)
  13. Sustainability and Environmental Impact of Renewable Energy Sources (Issues in Environmental Science and Technology) by R.M. Harrison, R.E. Hester, 2003-10-08
  14. Energy and Sustainability 2 (Wit Transactions on Ecology and the Environment) by A. A. Mammoli, 2009-06-08

1. 2. Energy And Sustainability
Section 2 Energy and sustainability energy is a critical area for sustainability An energy strategy lies at the core of planning for sustainability. (iii)To achieve sustainability, energy planning must directly address energy service levels, as well as supply and
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Section 2: Energy and SUSTAINABILITY
Energy is a critical area for sustainability
An energy strategy lies at the core of planning for sustainability. The importance of reducing energy consumption can be illustrated by measuring the amount of land needed to provide energy on a continuous basis at current Canadian levels. If the whole world's population lived a Canadian lifestyle, it would take three times the earth's land area to sustainably supply it with food, materials and energy. Sixty per cent of the required land (or almost two "earths") would be for energy.
The scope of energy planning has changed.
Energy planning has evolved greatly over the last 20 years. At one time, planning was done by the energy supply industry and looked only at supply . Governments were not active in regulating demand for energy. Energy planners viewed demand management as outside their scope, except where, as a business strategy, corporations sought to increase sales. In the late 1970s and 1980s the scope of energy planning expanded. Planners began thinking in terms of energy

2. Economic Development And Sustainability Issues For Energy Projects In Laos
by the author entitled "Economic Development and sustainability energy Projects in Laos and the Mekong Region".
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY ISSUES FOR ENERGY PROJECTS IN LAOS* (*Paper prepared by Kamal Malhotra, Co-Director, Focus on the Global South, Chulalongkorn University Social Research Institute, Bangkok, Thailand, November 1996.) This paper is based on, but an elaboration of, a presentation by the author entitled "Economic Development and Sustainability: Energy Projects in Laos and the Mekong Region". The talk was delivered at a conference "Generating Power and Money - Australia’s and Thailand’s Roles in Hydro Projects in Laos", held in Melbourne, Australia on October 28-29, 1996. The conference was jointly organised by the Australian Council for Overseas Aid (ACFOA) and The Center for Asia Pacific Studies, Victoria Institute of Technology. In addition, and quite importantly for Laos, the conventional economic and monetary indicators used to assess debt sustainability by both the World Bank and IMF (e.g. debt to export ratio, total debt as a % of GDP) clearly understate the real debt burden on a country such as Laos which has both a subsistence history and current economic, social and institutional constraints that make repayment of even a modest debt a serious burden with significant opportunity costs. It is against this economic and development context that we need to assess the economic potential and sustainability of Laos’ proposed "high speed" economic growth strategy which is overwhelmingly premised on the development and export of hydropower to neighbouring Thailand with the objective of generating large amounts of both foreign exchange and export revenue.

3. Melbourne Water
energy management. Melbourne generators. Cutting Energy and Costs. Duringthe year, we negotiated a new threeyear electricity contract.
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4. Sustainability, Energy, Resources, And Housing
sustainability energy, Resources, and YOU ! Overview. For the pasttwo years (since the publication of The End of Cheap Oil by
Sustainability: Energy, Resources, and YOU ! Overview For the past two years (since the publication of "The End of Cheap Oil" World oil discoveries peaked in the 1960s. . . . More than 90 percent of today's oil comes from fields discovered more than 20 years ago—and most of the fields uncovered over the past decade have been extremely small. The consensus in the industry is that, based on current reserves, anticipated discoveries, and today's rate of demand, the world will run out of its most precious resource in 2050. At the very end of this one-page sidebar is a graph of oil production (real and projected) from 1930 to 2090. I reproduce the essentials of it here. (See The Road to Oulduvai, Figure 4) So what to do? Continue to work for all the worthy goals we all already know about including energy conservation, economic equity, and grassroots democracy. But be aware that we are in a moment of grace. Begin building alliances that can help carry us through the tough times ahead. I'll leave the last word of cautious optimism to Colin Campbell, from his letter to the N.Y. Times: People are tempted to blame oil companies or Muslims for their plight, but if they were given proper information, they would soon realize that they are not being gouged by anyone. They could then rise to the occasion, both finding solutions for themselves and giving governments the mandate for action. We are not running out of oil but face the transition to a new world in which abundant supplies of cheap oil-based energy can no longer drive the economy. There are many solutions but all have long lead times. The sooner we grasp the nettle the better.

5. CTG Energetics Inc.
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"Knowledge for peace, progress and sustainable development"
Knowledge is dynamic. It grows and evolves according to the needs of human society. In the past, different civilizations categorized knowledge to suit the cultural paradigm of their times. A key focus of the present time, and an area demanding much further investigation, is the relationship between humans and nature. Sciences must be our guide in this endeavor, but history too can teach us important lessons of co-existence with our environment. To date, education and the media have only succeeded in fostering a culture characterized by narrow vested interests, intolerance and violence. While we meddle with the natural environment at our peril, and have failed to improve on the best that nature provides, human culture is the fountain of our progress and creativity. There must be a fundamental change in education, creating the desire for environmental protection and respect for human dignity and rights, as the two are mutually empowering. We must build on the best of our culture to engender a new attitude towards the quality and sustainability of life on earth. Above all we need to foster a culture of peace.

7. NSBH: Sustainability
sustainability energy Efficiency. Energy efficiency continues tobe an important issue for the future. Since the energy crisis
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Panelization Environment There are many websites related to energy efficiency and energy conservation; we offer these few as an introduction to ideas on how you can design your home to balance your comfort with the earth's energy resources. Buildings for the 21st Century
A Department of Energy site, with specifics regarding doors, appliances, lighting, etc. Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Network (EREN)
The U.S. Department of Energy EREN's links to related building energy efficiency sites. Energy Star
The Department of Energy (DOE) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have developed an Energy Star designation for products meeting certain energy performance criteria. National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC)
A non-profit, public/private organization created by the window, door and skylight industry. It is comprised of manufacturers, suppliers, builders, architects and designers, specifiers, code officials, utilities and government agencies. NFRC provides consistent ratings on window, door and skylight products. Efficient Windows Collaborative
Provides unbiased information on the benefits of energy-efficient windows, descriptions of how they work, and recommendations for their selection and use.

8. The Institute For Sustainable Energy Clearinghouse Initiative
Clearinghouse for sustainability energy Information Objective TheInstitute for Sustainable Energy is serving as a clearinghouse
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The Institute for Sustainable Energy at Eastern Connecticut State University Clearinghouse for Sustainability Energy Information Objective: The Institute for Sustainable Energy is serving as a clearinghouse for energy information regarding energy efficiency, energy education, use of renewable energy, facility siting, market efficiency in electric restructuring, conservation, demand-response, and research and development. The Institute is focusing on energy needs, resources, and practical applications to improve the complete energy profile of Connecticut in concert with other New England states toward the goal of achieving a sustainable energy future for the region.
Target Market: The Institute is a resource to a variety of sectors including education, government, businesses, developers, and the general public. Program Description: I. Develop Institute Web Site

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041 REALISING sustainability energy. possible options in the energysector, Increasing energy efficiency of buildings, equipment
possible options in the energy sector Increasing energy efficiency of buildings, equipment and vehicles to a greater level than in the "business as usual" scenario, by introducing and disseminating the best technologies available and stimulating further technological improvements. Increasing the proportion of electricity and heat generated from renewable sources (such as wind, solar, wave and some bio-mass power). Reducing the production of energy intensive products (by dematerialisation and recycling). Substitution of gas for coal, and use of district heating to reduce C02 emissions. Increasing the proportion of cogeneration systems producing district heat and steam for industrial processes. New and more efficient technologies in the supply system, such as fuel cells, combined gas and steam-turbine power stations for electricity generation and district heating, and gasification of coal. Phasing out nuclear power: a technology associated with high risks. Regulating energy markets so that companies can market 'energy services' rather than energy itself. One promising policy instrument is the idea of 'contracting': a specialised third party company invests in energy-efficient end-use technology (e.g. for lighting, ventilation or cooling) for commercial and public premises. The user of these energy services pays the investor a rate no more than the energy costs which are saved through the energy-efficient technology. After the investment is paid back, the user becomes the owner of the installed technology.

10. 4th Annual Renewable Energy Roundup - Sept 26-28, 2003
The Renewable energy Roundup, September 2022, 2002, in Fredricksburg, Texas will feature Technologies, Techniques and Lifestyles in Renewable energy, Green Sustainable Building, Organic Sustainable Gardening Farming. Texas Renewable energy Roundup. Green Living and sustainability Fair

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September 26-28, 2003
Fredericksburg, Texas
Organic Growing - Alternative Transportation
Straw Bale Construction - Exhibits Free Guest Speakers - Food Family Activities - Tours
Gate entry fee $8/day or $16 for a 3-day pass. Children under 12 free.
There are 3 metal-roof covered exhibit pavilions, many outside tented exhibits, and tents for speakers and family activities. There will be plenty to see and do. We're interested in your feedback . Please let us know what you thought of the Roundup - what you liked, and what can be improved next time.
Here's a quick look at the activities at the Roundup:
The Roundup Fair
  • More than 75 exhibits
  • More than 70 FREE 1-hour presentations on a wide range of topics in four different tents.
  • Fun, learning experiences in the Family Activities area
  • Musical acts on the entertainment stage
Tours Guided tours of area organic farms and ranches, Texas vernacular architecture exemplifying tried and true energy efficient design, and the Bamberger Ranch. Pet Policy The Marktplatz is City of Fredericksburg property. Pets are not allowed on the Roundup (Marktplatz) grounds unless they are aides to the impaired. Owners of such personal assistance animals are responsible for controlling their animal, cleaning up after it, and for the safety of others in attendance. Please make arrangements for the care of your pets before leaving home, then come on out to the Fair.

11. Smart Communities Network - Creating Energy Smart Communities
Supported by the US Department of energy. Site resources and links are related to community sustainable Category Science Environment sustainability...... Follow this link to the energy energy Conservation section. TakeAction Personal efforts that can help promote sustainability.

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Personal efforts that can help promote sustainability.
Embrace Open Space
The Rosebud Sioux Tribe has installed a utility-scale wind turbine on its reservation in South Dakota. The system will provide energy for local use, as well as provide "green tags" for sale.
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local level sustainability. Overview Green Buildings Green Development Land Use Planning ... Materials

12. A Place For All Of Us: Living Room
Web magazine and forum dedicated to discussions of sustainable living practices in human communities, with emphases on transportation, urban design, environmental and economic justice, community, and energy efficiency. Topics include Bike People, Suburbia Project, and sustainability.
Departments Come On In Living Room is a place for all of us, where we can learn, teach, laugh, rant, and plan. Living Room is a place for exploring the history, the technology, and the sensations of community. Join us to discuss urban and suburban design, transportation modalities, habitat preservation, urban farming, social and environmental economics, and anything else related to the communities, human and otherwise, of this planet. Living Room is a place for you. Subscribe to Living Room Enter your e-mail address below to receive notices of updates to Living Room Urban Ecology web magazine. These will consist of a very short announcement every few weeks. If you are already a member of the Urban Ecology discussion forum, you do not need to subscribe to this list.
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13. Smart Communities Network: Financing--Energy
Finance and sustainability energy Links. See also the Financing sectionin the Smart Communities Network's Community energy topic area.

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Finance and Sustainability Energy Links See also the Financing section in the Smart Communities Network's Community Energy topic area. DOE's Financing Solution Center
Provides useful links to energy efficiency and renewable energy financing resources for homeowners, small business, industry, utilities, state and local programs, federal building, and international projects. Database of State Incentives for Renewable Energy (DSIRE)
This searchable online database catalogs state, utility, and local incentives, including tax incentives, grants, loans, rebates and industrial recruitment, and provides an overview of the renewable energy activities of 45 communities in 22 states. U.S. Green Pricing Activities
Provides summaries of utility programs throughout the U.S. that use green pricing programs to finance new utility company investments in renewable energy technologies. DOE's Green Power Network also offers a Green Pricing Summary Table and a Map of Green Pricing Programs DOE's Toolbook for Financing Energy Efficiency and Pollution Prevention Technologies
Helps manufacturers work through key issues and alternatives relating to financing manufacturing modernization. Includes the following sections: 1) Financing options, techniques, and strategies; 2) Case studies; 3) Federal programs; and 4) State programs.

14. The Pembina Institute For Appropriate Development
A notfor-profit environmental policy research and education organization dealing with sustainable energy, climate change, environmental governance, ecological fiscal reform, sustainability indicators, and the environmental impacts of the energy industry.

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    Oil and Troubled Waters

    Comments on: Shape the Future: The Report of the Central Ontario Smart Growth Panel

    Forest Industry Self-Inspection and Compliance in Ontario
    Oil and Troubled Waters
    Reform of provincial industrial water use policy urgently needed, says Pembina Institute... Legislation combined with propaganda threatens Alberta’s interests Coalition launches initiative to accurately inform Albertans... More... Yukon International Wind Energy Conference: Cold Climate Opportunities The Pembina Institute is a sponsor and co-organizer of this year’s Yukon International Wind Energy Conference featuring the annual Wind–Diesel Workshop. Green Certificates Retail Partnership Request for Proposal (RFP) The Pembina Institute proposes to retail green power certificates to companies, institutions and individuals. More...
    Features links to discussion groups and Web sites related to energy efficiency and sustainability. energy. Bioenergy. Geothermal. Hydrogen. Solar. Wind. General. Economics. Education. Policy. Related Net Sites. energy Efficiency
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    Project Updates Labor Benefits from Renewable Portfolio Standards
    With support from the Energy Foundation, the Renewable Energy Policy Project is beginning work with the United Steelworkers of America, District 11 (USWA)... Belize Project Moves Ahead
    Belize bundled services project achieves approval from the Belize Government... Most Downloaded File of March 2003: The Nevada Labor Calculator
    This document represents the calculations made to derive the number of jobs created by renewable energy projects - Download the Adobe File: Nevada Comments Calculator Advocates Promote NOx SIP Program
    Clean energy advocates file comments with the GA State Air Protection Branch on Georgia's NOx SIP Job Creation and Renewable Energy Research, calculators and links for: Powering the South Website ...

    16. Bristol-Myers Squibb Sustainability - Energy
    The company's sustainability 2010 Goals include reducing energy use by10 percent, normalized to sales. Our use of electricity decreased
    Environmental Performance:
    Direct Energy Use Bristol-Myers Squibb collects and reports data on electricity and fuel usage from our facilities worldwide. For worldwide fuel usage, our facilities track diesel fuel, gasoline, propane, fuel oil, coal, and natural gas. The vast majority of the fuel consumed by our facilities is natural gas, which produces less air pollution than coal or fuel oil. The company's Sustainability 2010 Goals include reducing energy use by 10 percent, normalized to sales. Our use of electricity decreased approximately 6 percent from 1999 to 2001, which translates to no change when normalized to sales during that same time period. Fuel consumption decreased by nearly 4 percent, although our fuel consumption normalized to sales increased by two percent. Some of the reduction in our energy use can be attributed to the divestiture of Zimmer and Clairol mid-year in 2000. However, we continue to search for innovative approaches to conserving energy resources. Aggressive energy conservation efforts at our facility in Hopewell, New Jersey, for example, kept the increase in its energy use down to 11 percent, even though the site increased in size by 21 percent. We continue to search for innovative approaches to conserving energy
    Currently, several of our larger facilities in the U.S., including sites in Lawrenceville and New Brunswick, New Jersey, and Wallingford, Connecticut, have cogeneration systems on site. Cogeneration produces electricity plus steam or hot water for site operations using one fuel (natural gas), thereby greatly increasing the efficiency of the fuel and decreasing the site's use of purchased electricity. In 2001, the total amount of cogenerated electricity was 525,240 gigajoules.

    17. Leonardo Academy --  A Nonprofit Environmental Organization
    Policy and technical analysis of energy and environmental issues as well as environmental education. Explores both market mechanisms and traditional approaches to achieving environmental improvement, energy efficiency, and sustainability. Mainly lists of links but a few reports
    Leonardo Academy's Cleaner and Greener sm Program is focused on supporting the use of markets as a tool for reducing pollution and increasing energy efficiency and renewable energy. This program empowers people with information on energy and the environment, and encourages businesses and consumers to lead the way to a cleaner, greener, healthier environment. Companies that reduce or offset their emissions are eligible to receive the Certified Cleaner and Greener sm Seal . This seal allows consumers to identify environmentally-responsible companies that are working to reduce the pollution that contributes to climate change, smog, and acid rain. The Cleaner and Greener sm Principles for Pollution Reduction Programs propose a new approach to environmental regulation that rewards emission reductions delivered by energy efficiency, renewable energy, and sequestration projects. Visit to find out more about the Cleaner and Greener sm Program. Mission of Leonardo Academy Leonardo Academy Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to addressing issues affecting people and the environment on an interdisciplinary basis. Leonardo Academy's mission includes addressing environmental issues, energy issues, and sustainability. Leonardo Academy's work includes policy and technical analysis of energy and environmental issues as well as energy and environmental education. Leonardo Academy has an interest in exploring both market mechanisms and traditional approaches to achieving environmental improvement, increased energy efficiency, and sustainability. In the area of market mechanisms, Leonardo Academy seeks to foster opportunities for the profit motive and the marketing skills of the private sector to become engines for driving increased energy efficiency and environmental improvement at a lower cost. In the area of traditional approaches, Leonardo Academy seeks to support increased understanding of the full benefits of achievement of environmental and energy efficiency objectives as well as the identification of lower cost means for achieving these objectives.

    18. Resources For Advancing A Sustainable Future
    of energy)http// Copyright 2001Graham Bond Visual Communications Email
    "The future will be green, or not at all. This truth lies at the heart of humankind's most pressing challenge: to learn to live in harmony with the Earth on a genuinely sustainable basis".
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    Towards sustainability resources for Advancing a sustainable future
    Design services New visitors Information Sustainability: improving the quality of life for all without damaging the environment or the ability of future generations to meet their own needs" Vision 21 A portal for information on sustainability issues. Please read Search this site Info Centre index Events Diary Reference Sustainability links ... Global networking Help improve this resource by giving your comments and ideas through Feedback HOME INFO CENTRE INDEX EVENTS ... Terms of use Email

    19. Home Page-Rocky Mountain Institute
    RMI is an independent, nonprofit research and educational foundation with a mission to foster the efficient and sustainable use of resources as a path to global security. Founded by Amory and Hunter Lovins. Research areas are energy, transportation, green development, climate change, water, economic renewal, corporate sustainability, and security.
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    20. Resources For Advancing A Sustainable Future
    The Quarterly Newsletter for the UK New and Renewable energy Industry http//www 2001Graham Bond Visual Communications Email
    "The future will be green, or not at all. This truth lies at the heart of humankind's most pressing challenge: to learn to live in harmony with the Earth on a genuinely sustainable basis".
    Sir Jonathon Porritt
    Design for print
    Web site design
    Site marketing
    Creative graphics
    Digital imaging
    Technical writing
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    Towards sustainability resources for Advancing a sustainable future
    Design services New visitors Information Sustainability: improving the quality of life for all without damaging the environment or the ability of future generations to meet their own needs" Vision 21 A portal for information on sustainability issues. Please read Search this site Info Centre index Events Diary Reference Sustainability links ... Global networking Help improve this resource by giving your comments and ideas through Feedback HOME INFO CENTRE INDEX EVENTS ... Terms of use Email

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