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responsible Purchasing network USA www.responsiblepurchasing.org A US-based member organisation of buyers dedicated to socially responsible and eco-friendly purchasing. The website includes buying guides for specifiers of products and services across all sectors.


The swan Sweden Tel +46 8 55 55 24 00 www.svanen.se Established in 1989, The Swan (Svanen) is the official certifying body for the Nordic countries of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. It covers 67 product categories and products tested by independent labs, accessed free of charge.


Tco Development Sweden Tel +46 8 782 92 00 www.tcodevelopment.com The company behind TCO certification: an internationally recognised labelling system for environmentally sound, user- friendly office equipment. TCO standards also cover the emission levels, energy use and ecological impact involved in making and running a product.


Terra Infirma UK Tel +44 (0)191 265 7899 www.terrainfirma.co.uk Terra Infirma aims to help organisations take a proactive approach to environmental and sustainability issues. Areas of expertise include sustainable production and consumption, sustainability strategies and policy, legislation, industrial ecology, industrial symbiosis, energy efficiency, and more.


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Total environment centre Australia Tel +61 2 9261 3437 www.tec.org.au An independent, not-for-profit group in Australia which lobbies and campaigns on issues such as climate change, urban sustainability, waste and recycling. It is a hub for environmentalists in the country and provides research, briefing notes, ideas and useful links on a range of environmental issues.


Tourism and Hospitality Institute for sustainable Development (THIsD) Switzerland www.thisd.org A new, not-for-profit association, made up of tourism and hospitality consultants, educators and researchers who have joined forces to develop and distribute content that will encourage sustainability in the tourism and hospitality industries. The organisation has offices in Switzerland and Ireland and is building a global membership.


Tropical science center Costa Rica Tel +506 2253 3267 www.cct.or.cr/english The TSC is an environmental science NGO established in Costa Rica in 1962, which carries out studies and consultations, and offers services in areas such as land use, environmental impact and water management in Latin America, Africa and south-east Asia. The organisation is working for recognition as an international leadership body in the management of nature reserves and the creation of solutions to environmental problems in tropical zones of the world.


Water Footprint network The Netherlands Tel +31 53 489 4320 www.waterfootprint.org The WFN helps businesses and organisations calculate and reduce their 'water footprint' and to avoid water pollution. The aim is to achieve sustainable, efficient use of fresh water resources.


World Business council for sustainable Development Switzerland Tel +41 22 839 3100 www.wbcsd.org The WBCDS is a global association dealing with sustainable development and providing a platform for companies to share knowledge, experiences and best practices, and to establish effective dialogues with governments.


World green Building council USA Tel +1 289 268 3900 www.worldgbc.org The WorldGBC is a not-for-profit organisation whose members are national green building councils from Australia, Spain, Brazil, Canada, Japan, Mexico, India and the USA.


Yayasan IDeP Foundation Indonesia Tel +62 361 981 504 www.idepfoundation.org An Indonesian non-profit NGO that promotes sustainable living solutions to businesses, schools and communities. It gives advice and demonstrations on waste-water treatment plants and organic food production. For a fee (which goes back to the foundation), it also offers Eco- Trainer Programmes.


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