Jim Mason runs the Shipyard, a machine shop and art studio run entirely off the grid. He also has a variety of links on DIY energy projects. A very good resource for those interested in alternate power.
Green Business An Industry magazine looking at "economic gain through environmental innovation." Green = Money.
Built Green TV "Built Green TV is a half-hour show that brings together leaders, educators, thinkers, designers, architects, engineers, policy makers and investors for conversations about the ever-growing green world. At a time of incredible growth, this series tackles topics within the industry including: architecture, investment, media, design, policy, education and emerging talent."
Freshtopia is a vlog dedicated to news on food, health, and sustainability. It's intended for an active viewer base who comment on, and add to, the video presentations and clips on the site.
Green Links An excellent resource for "all things green in NYC." Includes environmental events, jobs, articles, profiles, educational resources, and more.
How Stuff is Made Natalie Jeremijenko and her students have started an excellent collective wiki detailing how stuff is made. Each project covers the manufacturing and construction process of an everyday item. Sadly, many of the items' pages have been taken down, but those that are still up are well worth reading.
New Media Earthworks is an interesting art history class taught at The Art Institute of Chicago that deals with historic and contemporary artists working with issues of sustainability -- a good resource for those seeking examples of artistic practices that deal with sustainable issues.
An article on BioPlastics
Plenty Magazine - a lifestyle magazine for those interested in sustainability. There's a paper edition as well.
The Center For Land Use Interpretation a research organization that deals with land use whose projects are often exhibited in an art context and in museums. They host a large database of 'land use' data, give tours of sites in the west cost, Utah and Massachusetts, and are responsible for the American Land Museum.
Farm to Table is a project by Earth Pledge providing NY area sustainable farmers and food providers, resources and information on Sustainable Food.
UC Berkley Environmental Design Library Green Design / Sustainable Architecture: Resources an exhaustive listing of research sources (books, online journals, articles) on the topic of Sustainable architecture and design.
Big Dig Building an interesting architecture project that uses the 'waste' material from the Big Dig in Boston to create a building.
Eco Village Located in Ithaca, NY - this is a community with a unique twist. The project aims to develop an alternative model for suburban living which provides a satisfying, healthy, socially rich lifestyle, while minimizing ecological impacts.
Sustainable Route Two bloggers are traveling the country in search if what sustainability is/means. If anything comes of it, at the very least the discussion page has a lot of related links that are of interest. Road trip starts Sept. 22, could be interesting to check in on. Curious what they are using for fuel.
American Institute of Architects Architects in new york concerned with environmental change and sustainable resources.
Horizon Fuel Cells Low priced Hydrogen fuel cells and conversion units, as well as the worlds smallest Hydrogen powered vehicle.
International Solar Energy Society . . . home for International Solar Energy (massive)
Hydrogen Fuel Cells. . . . one stop shop for stacks, converters, calls and pretty much everything related to Hydrogen Fuel Cells.
FREITAG- Recycled uber-bag Company . . . . Recycled truck tarps become hip urban designer bags. . . . .
Portals, blogs, and aggregate sites
Joel Makower runs a blog discussing "Sustainable business, clean technology, and green marketplaces". It's a good read if you're interested in sustainable business practices.
Marketing Green features articles and interviews on marketing sustainable concepts as part of mainstream marketing.
TreeHugger is a web magazine, dedicated to everything that has a modern aesthetic yet is environmentally responsible.
Sustainably Interests aka the SMIT list is a list from ITP for those interested in sustainability and technology.
Ideal Bite DailyCandy with content that's totally green? That would be Ideal Bite, a daily publishing website with an eco-friendly hue that intends to be "a good source of advice for real people leading busy lives."...
Dr. Bronner Soap Dr. Bronners is a soap that carries the message that we are all one on this earth. His shampoo bottles are quite fun to read in the shower. I believe they are non-toxic
Seventh Generation Non-toxic household products. Their slogan, borrowed from the iroquois, is: In our every deliberation, we must consider the impact of our decisions on the next seven generations.
Recycle your corks Plastic wine stoppers are donated to an area teacher's recycling center, so kids get to be creative with them. Cork stoppers will be reprocessed into a block that will be sliced into thin sheets that will be offered for sale. Yemm & Hart will also further process the thin sheets into tack boards, award plaques, coasters, etc. If the recycling experiment becomes successful, Yemm & Hart will produce recycled wine cork floor tiles.
An article from the International Herald-Tribune on sustainable practices in the clothing market. Thanks to Doria Fan for the link.
Ecolect is a database of eco-friendly materials for designers. Thanks to Vincent Dean Boyce for the link.
Eco-art and Eco-visualization
An article on eco-visualization by media artists. It's mostly a survey of some media artists who are attempting to visualize ecological issues. Some are directly related, some only tangential. Thanks to Rebecca Bray for the link.
UC Berkeley's "Building Dashboard." The objective of the site is to use monthly and real-time energy, water, and other data, and provide feedback about the performance of buildings on the UC Berkeley campus.