Links and Books
(Sources of Socially Beneficial Consumption)
Fighting the Fight
Living the Life
Primitive Technology and Wilderness Skills
Birmingham, Detroit, Michigan Area Waste and Recycling Links
Michigan Energy Demonstration Centers
WARM Training Center, Detroit, MI 48210 phone: 313.894.1030 http://www.warmtraining.org
WARM Training Center has been working in the Detroit area on issues related to affordable housing for 25 years.
Upland Hills Ecological Awareness Center, Oxford, MI 48370 phone: 248.693.1021 http://www.uheac.org
Upland Hills Ecological Awareness Center was born of a desire to explore and teach ways to live in a more sustainable relationship with the natural environment.
Environmental House, Ann Arbor, MI 48104 phone: 734.662.6288 http://www.recycleannarbor.org
The Environmental House is an energy and green building resource center, driven to increase consumer and industry awareness.
Urban Options, East Lansing, MI 48823 phone: 517.646.6269 http://www.urbanoptions.org
Founded in 1978, Urban Options provides energy and environmental information and services.
Alliance for Environmental Sustainability, Grand Rapids, MI 49506 phone: 616.241.5537 http://www.alliancees.org
The Alliance for Environmental Sustainability educates home builders and the general consumer in green, energy efficient residental construction theory and practice.
Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association,Dimondale, MI 48821 phone: 517.646.6269 http://glrea.org
GLREA is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1991 to provide education to the public in the fields of renewable energy, energy efficiency, and sustainable development.
Northwestern Michigan College, Traverse City, MI 49686 phone: 231.995.1701 http://www.nmc.edu/ees/energycenter/index.html
The Michigan Energy Demonstration Center at Northwestern Michigan College stimulates discussion of energy, energy issues, andenergy alternatives among the area's energy stakeholders.
Northern Options, Marquette, MI 49855 phone: 906.226.1136 http://www.northernoptions.org
Northern Options is committed to educating Upper Peninsula residents about their energy options.
Green Living by the Editors of E/The Environmental Magazine, 2005
Introduction To Permaculture by Bill Mollison and Reny Mia Slay, 1991
It's Easy Being Green by Chrissy Trask, 2006
The Little Green Handbook by Ron Nielson, 2006
The Sustainability Revolution by Andres R. Edwards, 2005
Towards Sustainable Communities (Revised Edition), by Mark Roseland, 2005
What Can I Do? by Lisa Harrow, 2004