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Support the ban of single-use plastic bags

Dunedin Enviroschool, Carisbrook Primary have launched a petition to parliament to ban the single-use plastic shopping bag. On their behalf we are asking for the support of all NZ Enviroschools to get as many signatures as possible to show the NZ Government that the people of NZ want this change. 221 more words

Sustainable Communities

Community development projects, sustainable communites

This chapter provides examples of community sustainability projects. It begins by providing a broad geographical sampling of projects under way in various communities in the United States. 32 more words

Community Development

Sticking to a vegan diet

For a lot of people starting the transition to veganism is the hard part, but for some sticking to a sustainable plant-based diet is what proves to be really difficult. 257 more words

Vegan Meal Prep

As a transitioning vegan, one of the easiest ways I find to stick to a healthy, sustainable vegan diet is by meal prepping for the week in advance. 227 more words

Planting for the Future: Green Infrastructure Updates from the Pequonnock River


Since 2013, Save the Sound has worked to improve the health of the Pequonnock River—which drains land from Monroe to Bridgeport—with restoration projects that prevent polluted rainwater runoff and improve the ability of alewife, blueback herring, and other migratory fish to swim from source to Sound (and back again). 1,386 more words

Sustainable Communities

Sustainable communities and sustainable development a review of the sustainable communities plan

The Sustainable Communities Plan was drawn up by the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister in order to tackle serious housing shortages, particularly in London and the South East; a crisis of affordability for many ordinary households, particularly key service workers; and the decline of low income urban neighbourhoods across the country, but particularly in Northern and Midlands cities and towns. 37 more words

Community Development