Below are links to various websites that have information about
sustainable engineering. These websites may be used as a starting
point for selecting your project, or provide additional information on a
specific project you have already selected.
Generally, it is not good to use the World Wide Web for scholarly
research. If you do decide to use a webpage as a reference, remember to
first evaluate the website for its authenticity and credibility. You can use
(courtesy of Cornell University Library) for help in your evaluation.
Eco Patent Commons. Provides free access to patents that can be
leveraged by others to improve the environmental aspects of their
Created by the National Fuel Cell Research Center (NFCRC), University of
California, Irvine. Provides over 25 tutorials for learning about energy production technologies.
case studies, expert Q&A articles and regional directories of products
and services. From the U.S. Green Building Council.
Northeast Sustainable Energy
Association (NESEA). The nation's leading regional membership
organization promoting sustainable energy solutions; committed to advancing
three core elements: sustainable solutions, proven results and cutting-edge
development in the field.
Right-to-Know Network Databases.
Provides free public access to environmental information from several
databases managed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
The Story of Stuff With Annie Leonard.
Focuses on complete product life-cycle of "stuff", from extraction to
disposal. Includes 20 minute movie, fact sheet, annotated script, and
reading list. Sponsored by the Tides Foundation and Funders Workgroup
for Sustainable Production and Consumption.
Remember! These examples are only a few ways to find information for your
projects. Many other resources are available
for students' use at the Science & Engineering Center on the 2nd floor of Fogler Library, and additional electronic journals and databases
are accessible from the library's website.
If you need help finding resources, don't hesitate to contact us -
that's what we're here for! There are many ways you can reach us:
You can contact me personally by email or phone: