The book most likely to save the planet. No, really, it will rearrange your thinking. The entire text is available for free download, so no excuses for not reading it. I have bought at least 5 copies.
One of the most influential books on architecture; in fact it influenced computer programming. Much of the content requires $5/month registration; The book is a better deal.
The current issue is available for free download in PDF format (registration required). Examples of renewable energy systems of all types complete with wiring diagrams. Somewhat repetive.
"The orignal guide to living wisely"
"The International Journal of Straw Bale and Natural Building"
Part of a national tour. My thoughts on what I have seen.
An organization (of which I am a member) which promotes green living and green business in the midcoast region of Maine. They organize a yearly green energy expo, and promote other green activites.
Some interesting ideas. I especially like the capacitor as a replacement for a truck battery. (Sun Frost Refrigerator Commercial site)
Two sides of a controversy on outdoor combustion air for fireplaces.
An article from environmental building news with more ideas for building green and saving money.
Canadian building Digest article on life cycle costs.
Different Lo-e coatings have different characteristics, particularly with regards to solar heat gain. Get the right lo-e for your climate.
Calculate on yearly or monthly basis the sunlight which will hit a surface, variables include latitude and orientation.
Lots of information.
Proponent of underground building.
Ted Owens' design and building of his own straw bale house.
has Do-It-Yourself materials for radiant heat and solar water applications. Irritating web site, but worth the aggravation.
Energy efficient refrigerators and freezers, Active composting bins, etc.
Fiberglass framed high efficiency windows for cold climates.