Financial Incentives for Green Building
The Database of State Incentives for Renewable Energy, provides information on state, local, utility, and federal incentives that promote renewable energy.
Green Communities is an initiative to provide grants, financing, tax-credit equity, and technical assistance to developers who meet criteria for affordable housing that promotes health, conserves energy and natural resources, and provides easy access to jobs, schools, and services.
The Home Depot Foundation awards grants to encourage green building and sustainable design in affordable housing.
IRS Energy efficiency tax credits encourage energy-conscious purchases, including energy efficient home improvements and hybrid vehicles.
The Kresge Foundation's Bricks and Mortar Grant Program funds capital construction projects for non-profit and government entities, including funding for design and planning of green buildings.
EPA's Green Building Web site - EPA's Green Building Web site is a portal to many different EPA (and other) web pages on sustainable building issues, including Energy Star, Indoor Environments, Construction and Demolition Debris, Smart Growth and many more.
Building for Environmental and Economic Sustainability (BEES) - BEES 3.0 is a tool that helps in the selection of building materials which take into account environmental and economic considerations.
Mold Remediation in Schools and Commercial Buildings - This document presents guidelines for an audience of building managers, custodians, and others cleanup of mold and moisture problems in schools and commercial buildings.
NRDC Building Green
Portland, Oregon Green Building Resources
Homes Across America
Whole Building Design Guide
Pennsylvania Green Building Maintenance Manual
U.S. Green Building Council
DOE's Building Technology Program
The Healthy Building Network
Green Buildings Offer Cost Benefits
Webcast - The business case for green building