Green Paths Incorporated is a clearinghouse of information on sustainability and sustainable development. As a resource center for colleagues, citizens, scientists, researchers, practitioners, travelers, and students, Green Paths Incorporated provides short articles, guides, full-text documents, and links to longer scholarly reports and related sites.
Ecotourism Practice discussion forum
Environmental Funds discussion forum
Park Finance discussion forum
Wildland Management discussion forum
Last Updated: October 2003
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The goal behind Green Paths Incorporated is to create a clearing house for useful information that fosters the necessary transition to a sustainable society. For many years, the doubters have protested that nobody knows what sustainable development is, and even if they do, nobody knows how to do sustainable development. The facts, on the other hand, clearly demonstrate that sustainable development is very straightforward, fairly easily understood, and a growing body of researchers, practitioners, and corporations are already well down the path to sustainable development.
For most of us, the path to sustainability will probably be an incremental transition from the unsustainable to the sustainable. For the fortunate group or community building a new organization or starting a new enterprise, achieving sustainability can be relatively straightforward because there is less to undo before sustainable elements are put in place. For the rest of the world, we need to progressively and thoughtfully move along the path toward sustainability -- hence the name of this web site, Green Paths Incorporated.
Sustainable Systems -- a guide to sustainable practices and systems. Basically a short guide to some of the different approaches to sustainability and the organizations that guide each one.
Responsible Coffee -- a guide to sustainable choices regarding one of the fastest growing beverage choices.
Seafood List -- a guide to sustainable choices in seafood.
Sustainable Development and the Americas Index --from Planeta.com, compiled by Ron Mader
SD Online -- resources for sustainable development
Green Meetings -- resources for improving the environmental footprint of your meetings, workshops, and conferences. (under development)