Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership
AITSL offers an interesting and comprehensive course titled Sustainable Cities.
The website of UEA co-founder and Christie Walk architect Paul Downton.
The Findhorn Foundation is a spiritual community, ecovillage and an international centre for holistic education, helping to unfold a new human consciousness and create a positive and sustainable future.
Established by the writer, designer and broadcaster Kevin McCloud (Grand Designs), HAB stands for Happiness Architecture Beauty. “We build houses that make people happy, that keep people warm in winter and cool in summer and generally comfortable and cheerful all year round”.
Global Footprint Network
Advancing the science of sustainability.
Founded in 1992, Ecocity Builders is a nonprofit organization dedicated to reshaping cities for the long-term health of human and natural systems.
Leave It Better
Growing gardens. Biking to work. Installing solar panels. Composting. Using bio-degradable plastic. Drinking from reusable water bottles. Picking up trash. There’s so many things- big and small- that we all do to leave it better.
Leave It Better is a video-based social network where people can share ideas on how to improve their communities and take action to green their neighborhood.
Home is where the hearth is….but more than this home is where our community is, our family, friends – the networks that support and nourish us.
Urban Coup is an initiative of a group of Melbournians who share not just housing, but community.
An excellent daily bulletin of items of current ecological interest, produced in Melbourne. Available by email upon (free) subscription.
A collection of learned articles by Steven Liaros on many aspects of urban planning.
Moreland Energy Foundation Limited
MEFL is an independent not-for-profit organisation, established to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions across the municipality of Moreland, in the inner-northern suburbs of Melbourne.
Bundagen Community on the mid-north coast of NSW was established in 1981 with three guiding principles: social harmony, environmental responsibility and economic independence.
Sustainable Communities SA
People tackling climate change together.
Connecting urbanites with edibles
Their mission is for 20% more green spaces in urban areas by 2020