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Ecovillages and Intentional Communities


Links from Jason Whitfield

School of Planning - University of Waterloo




Global Ecovillage Network - A link to all the ecovillages around the world.

Ecovillage at Ithaca  

One of the first ecovillages in North America to follow the cohousing model.

Cobb Hill Cohousing - An innovative ecovillage in Vermont.

Whole Village - A Canadian ecovillage to be built in Ontario.

John T. Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies

 a model for sustainable design and univeristy research


Helpful resource for people looking to jump into a self-sustaining lifestyle for the first time, so I just wanted to make sure that it had been seen. Wind Power Potential, Planting Crops, Harnessing Solar Energy, Microhydro Electricity Potential, Water Flow, Rain/Greywater Gathering ... Alaska


Canadian Cohousing Homepage 

Cohousing Network

Cohousing Resource Guide

Ecovillage of Loudon County

Eno Commons Cohousing

Heartwood Cohousing

Sunward Cohousing

Tacoma Village Cohousing

The Cohousing Company

Highpoint Cohousing

Hundredfold Farm Cohousing 

Windsong Cohousing

Wonderland Cohousing 



 GREEN DESIGN C-2000: Welcome to the Reality - Intersting article, in Building, on a green office building in Kitchener, Ontario.

See Also - Enermodal - The company that built the first C-2000 office buidling in Kitchener, Ontario.



The following links are from the EcoDesign Webpage, so please visit their site.



Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT)

International Composting Toilet Journal

National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT)



Architects, Designers and Planners for Social Responsibility (ADPSR)

Smart Architecture

Sustainable Architecture, Building & Culture (Sausalito, CA)



Building British Columbia

Building Industry Exchange

Canadian Home Builders' Association (CHBA)


Green Building Information Council (GBIC) (Canada)

Healthy House Institute

Northwest EcoBuilding Guild

Sustainable Resources Environmental Website

US Green Building Council (USGBC)



Design Source / Design Now Society (Vancouver, BC)

The Interior Designers of Canada (IDC)



Access BC Network

Cities for People: the Car-free City

Urban Development Institute Pacific Region



BC Hydro

Center for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technologies (CEERT)

Residential Energy Efficiency Database (REED)

Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI)

Seattle City Light's Conservation

US Department of Energy, Energy and Renewable Energy Network (EREN)



  Eco Forest Garden Trust

EnviroLink Library

Environmental News Network (ENN)

Evergreen Foundation

Global Environmental Options

Greenpeace (Canada)

Greenpeace International (Amsterdam)

Reef Relief (Florida Keys)

West Coast Environmental Law



 Building Code

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC)

City of Vancouver

Greater Vancouver Regional District (GVRD)

Industry Canada Strategis

Natural Resources Canada (NRC)



Vancouver Community Net

BC Yellow Pages



Adbusters, Journal of the Mental Environment (Vancouver, BC)

Association for Environment Conscious Building (UK)

EcoNews (Victoria, BC)

Energy Design Update & Business and the Environment (Arlington, MA)

Environmental Building News (EBN)

 (Missoula, MT)

Home Energy (Berkeley, CA)

Home Power Magazine (Ashland, OR)

In Context, A Quarterly of Human Sustainable Culture (Langley, WA)

Interior Concerns (Mill Valley, CA)

NRC/IRC Construction Innovation (Canada)

Sustainable Building Sourcebook (Austin, TX)

The Last Straw Online: The Grassroots Journal of Straw-Bale and Natural Building (Hillsboro, NM)

Urban Ecology (Oakland, CA)

Yes! A Journal of Positive Futures (Bainbridge Island, WA)



Recycling Council of BC

WasteCap of Massachusetts and Massachusetts Buy Recycled Business Alliance

WasteCap Wisconsin



British Columbia Wood Design

Silva Forest Foundation (Slocan Park, BC)



International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) (Winnipeg, MB)

Key Information Sources on Women and Sustainable Development (Winnipeg, MB)


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