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Research & Education
Australia & New Zealand
The Institute for Sustainable Futures
The Institute for Sustainable Futures (ISF) was established by the University of Technology, Sydney in 1996 to work with industry, government and the community to develop sustainable futures through research, consultancy and training.
School of Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering
Photovoltaics and Renewable Energy Engineering is the clever use of what we already have in abundance ~ sunshine, wind and other natural sources of energy. Learn how to use these elements to deliver energy to where it is needed.
Energy - Petroleum, Oil, Gasoline, Crude, Natural Gas, Electric, Coal, Nuclear, Renewable, Solar Information
Energy Information Administration (U.S. Dept. of Energy) Energy Statistics, Data, and Analysis.
Information for Action
Information for Action explains conservation and environmental issues, offering solutions and includes an automated lobbying database to lobby your leaders. An educational resource - articles explaining the environmental issues, maps, graphs, links, and a 'What you can do' section. Humans are destroying a beautiful, living resource. Time is running out for the biodiversity of life that inhabits our planet and for our quality of life. We are dependent on the health of our planet and if it continues to decline, as it has done over the past century, then human health and wellbeing will decline as well. The window of opportunity for us to organise globally to create a sustainable society is open - but it is closing.
The Information for Action website is a powerful tool for internet activism or cyber activism. We invite you to make full use of all its resources to lobby politicians and business leaders. You can make a difference for the environmental issues you are concerned about.
Energy Hogs are everywhere–in your homes, at work, and in schools. They're wasting energy and costing you hundreds of dollars every year.
National Solar Schools website, provides generation statistics and educational resources from schools involved in this community based program in Australia.
Energy for Keeps: Electricity from Renewable Energy book
Educators for the Environment (a US organisation) aim to produce credible, up-to-date, objective educational and public information materials about environmental and energy issues. Free download of their 240 page book.
Re-Energy.ca explores wind energy, water energy, solar energy, biomass energy and more. Build your own working models from one of five easy-to-follow construction plans, including a wind turbine, biogas generator, solar car and more. Re-Energy.ca provides educators with background information, exciting hands-on learning activities, resources and links on renewable energy and sustainable energy technologies.