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A digital version of Degrees of Sustainability: From the Institution to the Individual.
A few years ago, an enormous storm dumped gravel on local farmers’ fields and generally wrecked significant agricultural damage. Farmers around here are small, small-scale, no one ever gets adequate insurance compensation, and the storm hurt. 265 more words
Today’s Guest Post is by Catherine Dumouchel* and Douglas Worts**
As museum professionals today consider how to play a more meaningful role in our society’s cultural transformation it may be useful to review some of the past efforts undertaken within the field. 1,820 more words
The California Department of Education document Sustainable Communities and School Planning has a section on promoting active transportation.
“Promoting Active Transportation: Safe routes to school promote active forms of transportation (e.g., walking and biking) with associated health benefits and reduced pollution and traffic near schools. 109 more words
By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities
By now it’s no secret that association-governed communities planned around a golf course are not as appealing to home buyers as they were 20 years ago. 1,173 more words
On the road to opening our co-operative market and wellness center, we’ve decided to launch a CSA! What is a CSA?
…we could also call it Community Supported Health & Wellness, or Community Supported Community…because CSA’s really are all of that and then some! 110 more words