This webpage project has been worked on by various grad students/classes in library management classes at UNC. Contains a directory of green libraries (Side note: must check out the directory Green Libraries by Monika Antonelli) but a fun aspect is that this one has a map (i love maps!) as well as an organized listing of some green libraries. The other cool feature is it aggregates several blogs (this one included!) into one page, for a quick scan of the top green library ideas, news item, or happenings.
Monika Antonelli‘s Green Libraries Web site – http://www.greenlibraries.org – has been redesigned and she is updating the directory.If you are a green library and are not included in the directory please send her the information and a short write-up in the following format: Name of library (URL). City, State Abbreviation. Description highlights. LEED status. If available, the building information URL. Send info to monika.antonelli [at] mnsu.edu
From AASHE bulletin:
Duke University (NC) has launched a free directory of environmental information at nearly 2,000 U.S. colleges and universities. The directory provides listings of environmental degree programs as well as environmental opportunities and organizations at campuses around the country. The directory was created by student volunteers at 40 campuses nationwide, including undergraduate and graduate students at Duke. It offers information on undergraduate, masters and PhD degree programs and includes links to campus carbon inventories and recycling opportunities, environmentally focused student clubs and organizations, and environmental opportunities in the local community. Duke U Press Release