13.3 Checklist Sources

Books

The Consumer’s Guide to Effective Environmental Choices, Practical Advice from The Union of Concerned Scientists, by Michael Brower and Warren Leon, 1999

Garbage Land, On the Secret Trail of Trash, by Elizabeth Royte, 2005

Global Warming, The Causes, The Perils, The Solutions, The Actions: 51 Things You Can Do Edited by Kelly Knauer, Time Inc., 2007

The Green Book, by Elizabeth Rogers and Thomas M. Kostigen, 2007

Green Living, The E Magazine Handbook for Living Lightly on The Earth, by the editors of E, 2005

Heat, How to Stop The Planet From Burning, by George Monbiot, 2006

Living Like Ed, A Guide to the Eco-Friendly Life, by Ed Begley, Jr., 2008

The Live Earth Global Warming Survival Handbook, by David de Rothschild, 2007

Reports

Cool Farming: Climate impacts of agriculture and mitigation potential, by Jessica Bellarby et al., Greenpeace, 2008

The Case for Investing in Energy Productivity, McKinsey Global Institute, February 2008

Newspaper and Magazine Articles

Biofuels Deemed a Greenhouse Threat, by Elisabeth Rosenthal, New York Times, Feb 8, 2008

Ethical investing: Funds that favor planet savers, by G. Jeffrey MacDonald, Christian Science Monitor, Feb 25, 2008

For ‘EcoMoms,’ Saving Earth Begins at Home, by Patricia Leigh Brown, New York Times, Feb 16, 2008

Websites

The Alliance for Climate Protection.

Alliance to Save Energy.

Australian Government, Department of Climate Change.

Berkeley Lab, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.

Brighter Planet

California Energy Commission – Consumer Energy Center.

ConEdison.

Earth Lab.

Ellen Honigstock Architect P.C. , Brooklyn Green.

Energy Star.

Green School Initiative.

The Nature Conservancy.

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.

New York State Energy Research and Development Authority.

Stockholm Environment Institute’s Carbon Offset Research & Education.

TerraPass.

U.S. Dept of Energy – Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Webopedia.com.

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