Check out these websites and blogs for more great information on good green design.

By Architects (for architects?)

100K House Blog – “All things modern affordable and green.”  Essays and current work by Chad Ludeman and Nic Darling of green development firm Postgreen in Philadelphia.

Ethics for Architects – Essays on moral questions that come up in the practice of architecture and how to address them by Tom Fisher, Dean of the UMN College of Design.

Green Architect’s Lounge Podcast – Maine architects, Chris Briley and Phil Kaplan, drink cocktails and talk green design.  As they say, “You’re listening to us because you know you can do better.”

Intern 101 – helpful and tongue-in-cheek advice for intern architects from Lulu Brown, a Colorado architect who vividly remembers her own intern years.

Notes on Becoming a Famous Architect – Hysterical archi-humor.

Green Building, generally

Green Building Adviser – According to themselves, “the complete source for building, designing and remodeling green homes.”   I mostly agree with this and they are a great resource with a large base of static pages on different green building principles and techniques and also a broad range of blogs written by experts in the field.

Green Building Elements – More info and current events from this a shiny multi-author blog about all things green construction administered by Important Media.