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  • Center for Ecoliteracy
  • www.ecoliteracy.org
  • Works with schools and networks on education for sustainable living.
4.2
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4.1
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<5
7
4.0
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  • Die-Off
  • dieoff.org
  • Hundreds of articles by Jay Hanson and others citing statistics to show that human energy use will result in human extinction. With historical quotes, explanatory charts and graphs, and links.
4.0
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>80
5
  • Donella Meadows Institute
  • www.donellameadows.org
  • A "think-do tank" dedicated to sustainable resource use, economics, and community. Providing information, analysis, and practical demonstrations that can foster transitions to sustainable systems at all levels of society, from local to global.
4.0
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6
  • Greening Australia
  • www.greeningaustralia.org.au
  • Diverse information about sustainable agriculture, native ecosystems, and issues in Australia. Sample topics are bush regeneration, farm forestry, coastal ecosystems.
3.9
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6
  • Schumacher Center For New Economics
  • centerforneweconomics.org
  • Organization promoting social and environmental sustainability through decentralism. Includes information about philosophies, projects, and lectures; community-oriented economies; local currencies; community land trusts; and similar measures.
3.9
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>20
5
  • Institute for Sustainable Development
  • www.isr.qut.edu.au
  • At Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia. Offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses and scientific research programs.
3.8
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5
3.8
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