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This directory contains information sources on various topics and businesses. This directory contains information sources on various topics and businesses.
-Please add either external links, or links to a specific Greenlivingpedia article on the topic.+Please add either external links, or a links to relevant Greenlivingpedia articles.
==Australia== ==Australia==
* [[The EcoShop]] - online eco shop with links to information resources * [[The EcoShop]] - online eco shop with links to information resources
-* [http://www.lighterfootprints.org Lighter footprints] is a climate change neighbourhood action group active in Surrey Hills and adjacent suburbs, Melbourne, Victoria 
-* [http://www.climatechange.org.au/ Families Facing Climate Change] is a group based in Ashburton, Melbourne, Australia. 
=== Victoria === === Victoria ===
* [[Sunpower Design]] - over 25 years experience specialising in integrated sustainable building design of homes that exceed the 5 star energy performance rating. * [[Sunpower Design]] - over 25 years experience specialising in integrated sustainable building design of homes that exceed the 5 star energy performance rating.
 +* [http://www.lighterfootprints.org Lighter footprints] is a climate change neighbourhood action group active in Surrey Hills and adjacent suburbs, Melbourne, Victoria
 +* [http://www.climatechange.org.au/ Families Facing Climate Change] is a group based in Ashburton, Melbourne, Australia.
 +* [http://home.vicnet.net.au/~greenlnk/ Greenlink Box Hill] -- Local plants for local places
=== Western Australia === === Western Australia ===
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=== New South Wales === === New South Wales ===
 +* [http://www.isf.uts.edu.au/ The Institute for Sustainable Futures] -- Based in Sydney, Australia
=== Northern Territory === === Northern Territory ===
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* [http://www.oildepletionprotocol.org/ Oil Depletion Protocol] * [http://www.oildepletionprotocol.org/ Oil Depletion Protocol]
* [http://www.futureenergy.org futureenergy.org] -- Based in Canberra, Australia * [http://www.futureenergy.org futureenergy.org] -- Based in Canberra, Australia
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-== General topics == 
-* [http://home.vicnet.net.au/~greenlnk/ Greenlink Box Hill] -- Local plants for local places 
-* [http://www.isf.uts.edu.au/ The Institute for Sustainable Futures] -- Based in Sydney, Australia 

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This directory contains information sources on various topics and businesses.

Please add either external links, or a links to relevant Greenlivingpedia articles.

Contents

Australia

  • The EcoShop - online eco shop with links to information resources

Victoria

  • Sunpower Design - over 25 years experience specialising in integrated sustainable building design of homes that exceed the 5 star energy performance rating.
  • Lighter footprints is a climate change neighbourhood action group active in Surrey Hills and adjacent suburbs, Melbourne, Victoria
  • Families Facing Climate Change is a group based in Ashburton, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Greenlink Box Hill -- Local plants for local places

Western Australia

  • Solar Dwellings - passive solar energy efficient homes designer in Perth.

Queensland

New South Wales

Northern Territory

South Australia

Tasmania

United States

Wikis

  • Appropedia is focused reducing poverty through international development and increasing sustainability through the use of appropriate technology
  • Technology and Social Action Wiki was established to foster dialogue and collaboration between activists in social movements, voluntary and community organisations and technology designers.
  • Howtopedia is a collaborative platform for practical knowledge and simple technologies that require no complex machine, that are easily explainable and usable by individuals or small communities for a sustainable an and ecological future.
  • Village Earth's Appropriate Technology Wiki Project aims to improve the development of and access to information on small-scale do-it-yourself technologies through an open design approach.
  • TipThePlanet is a green wiki website that encourages discussion and the generation of tips that benefit you and the planet - from tips for individuals about staying happy and healthy to tips for multi-national companies on how to limit their carbon footprints.
  • PermaWiki is a free permaculture designers manual that anyone can edit

Energy

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