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Useful Web Links

As with all the other resources we have listed here, it is not possible to include everything. So, rather than being complete, we are trying to give you a starting point. Please let us know if there are other sites that we should include.

Select a category from the menu on the left to view a list of websites.


A newsletter meant for those "interested in car-free cities." Published quarterly, the newsletter contains articles and data on the latest trends in climate change, and publishes information about community projects that aspire to phase out the presence of automobiles in certain areas.


Green Fleet, a division of Southern Counties Express (California), is a line of heavy duty trucks that attempt to lessen their carbon footprint through engines that run on Liquid Natural Gas.


"A good source of information on sustainable energy and development. REPP researches, publishes, and disseminates information, creating policy tools, and hosting highly active, on-line, renewable energy discussion groups. The site has links to other sites on sustainable energy. Well worth checking out."


This project is organized by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission of the San Francisco Bay area in California. The TLC program attempts to revitalize certain areas through choosing and funding community-based transportation initiatives.