Armidale Air Quality Group is concerned with the increasing air pollution from domestic woodheaters in residential areas and has a very comprehensive website http://www.ozemail.com.au/~airqual.
Canberra Wood Smoke A well researched web site that raises awareness of the dangers of domestic wood smoke, gives suggestions for what we can do, poses questions and answers and much more http://www.ecoaction.net.au/woodsmoke.
Burning Issues (American organisation) website is intended to help bring the story of residential wood burning to the layman, the interested member of the public, the thoughtful environmentalist, the government official, the newspaper writer, and to researchers who may not be familiar with combustion forms of air pollution such as the common fireplace or wood stove, http://www.burningissues.org.
American Lung Association, Wood Smoke Fact Sheet http://www.lungusa.org/air/airout00_woodburning.html.
ALA Paper on Residential Wood Combustion http://www.webcom.com/~bi/ala.htm.
ReNew Magazine (Alternative Technology Association) Article "Where there's smoke, there's pollution" from Issue 68 and Heating Forum Letters http://www.ata.org.au/heating/68wood.htm.
Article "Launceston wood fire smoke strategy ... $s to replace wood fires" http://www.yeatesit.biz/truefiles/launcestonwoodfirestrategy.htm.