Here’s a selection of organizations, blogs and institutes we find interesting. We’re looking to include a wide range of perspectives in the discussion; we’ll be building out this list over the next few months so please send along links to other groups and organizations you like!


New Force Majeure Booklet 
– Sustainable Architecture  
– Blue-Green Alliance – building alliances between labor and environmental issues  
– Center for Climate and Energy Solutions – successor to Pew Center on Global Climate Change

Center for the Advancement of the Steady State Economy  
– Sustainable Economics  
– Clean Technica – Leading Cleantech focused website 
– Climate Progress – ThinkProgress.Org’s Climate Site  
– Climate Reality Project – “dedicated to unleashing a global cultural movement demanding action on the climate crisis.” 
– Corporate Social Responsibility Newsletter  
– David Suzuki – Personal Blog from Leading Canadian Climate Scientist 
– Architecture and Sustainability blog from a Green Design perspective  
– Climate Newsletter from the ISIS Research Centre of the Sauder School of Business

– Environmental News and Commentary 
– Inside Climate News – Prizewinning Climate News organization

Market Urbanism  
– Free market environmentalism in the built environment

National Geographic Great Energy Challenge 
– National Geographic and Shell funded dialog on energy issues  
– Pembina – Energy Transition Research)

– public-interest information exchange for the urban planning, design, and development community

– An information clearinghouse and a network of action-oriented groups focusing on community resilience

Smarter Cities  
– Sustainable Communities blog from the NRDC

– Pedestrian and Bicycle oriented blog  
– Sustainable Cities Collective –leading thinkers on sustainable cities ) 
– Trottier Energy Futures – leading research institute focusing on decarbonizing Canadian economy 
– The Energy Collective – leading thinkers on energy and climate)

– Sustainable Design and Technology

Triple Pundit  
– Business news focused on Triple Bottom Line

 World Bank Climate research