These are several links that should give you any information that you might need concerning sustainable technology. Of course you can always call or email ECO Structures, a custom home building and renovation company, and we will be glad to assist with any questions you might have (ecostructures.com).
www.usgbc.org The US Green Building Council is a community of leaders within the building industry which offers tools, resources, education, and connections concerning green building.
www.greenroundtable.org The Green Roundtable is a non-profit which educates people to define their own green criteria and expectations while simultaneously training and supporting design professionals to provide the services that meet these changing needs.
www.eco-web.com The Global Directory for Environmental Technology, or Green Pages, is a comprehensive guide to the full spectrum of environmental products & services.
www.Masstech.org Massachusetts Technology Collaborative, the state’s development agency for renewable energy and the innovation economy, offers info concerning rebates and tax initiatives.
www.BuildingGreen.com An independent publishing company committed to bringing members accurate, unbiased, and timely green design information.
www.EPA.org Massachusetts Environmental Protection Agency can lead you to the best sites on the Internet for green building as well as extensive information on any environmental questions you might have.
www.greenproducts.net Information and examples of how building products are moving away from petro based materials to more environmentally friendly based products.
Massachusetts Sustainable Design Initiative is a branch of the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs and provides information about Massachusetts Laws, Incentives, and sustainable goals.
www.nesea.org The Northeast Sustainable Energy Association provides support to industry professionals and educates and motivates consumers to learn about, ask for, and adopt sustainable energy and green building practices.
UC Berkeley Environmental Design Library. A very thorough resource for any sustainable energy building and design research you might need. This site is in California, but they are one of the few states ahead of Massachusetts on issues of renewable energy, which makes them a great resource.
www.greenerchoices.org Greener Choices is a non-profit web-based initiative by the publishers of Consumer Reports in an attempt to provide non-commercial, independently researched, unbiased information to consumers on green products, services, and lifestyles.