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17 Mar Posted by in +Speaking, Behavior change, Blog, News, UK | Comments Off

Mar 17 2012, Brighton (UK): Greg Searle presents at Green Architecture Day, Brighton Permaculture Trust

Mar 17 2012, Brighton (UK): Greg Searle presents at Green Architecture Day, Brighton Permaculture Trust

Greg Searle was a speaker at Green Architecture Day, an annual event hosted by the Brighton Permaculture Trust in Brighton, UK. You can listen to audio of Greg’s talk here: audio presentation; and download his slide presentation here: slide presentation. Green Architecture Day is an annually hosted event featuring talks by designers, practitioners and professionals, […]

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09 Feb Posted by in Blog, News, North America, Sonoma Mountain Village, United States | Comments Off

Governance report highlights Sonoma Mountain Village practices

Simon Joss at the University of Westminster recently published ECO-CITY GOVERNANCE: A Case Study of Treasure Island and Sonoma Mountain Village in the Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, vol 13 (4). Abstract In recent years, there have been several dozen major ‘eco-city’ initiatives under way world-wide, primarily in response to global climate change and […]

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Important Poll: Communicating to Americans about Sustainable Communities

Important Poll: Communicating to Americans about Sustainable Communities

Thanks to Jim Heid of Urban Green for putting us onto this important article. Excerpted from an article by David Boyd at Citiwire.net Smart Growth America (SGA) has commissioned a national survey intended to gain a better understanding about the role of sustainable communities in America’s economic recovery.   “One of the main findings of […]

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10 Sep Posted by in +Featured Postings, Behavior change, Blog, News, UK | Comments Off

Report: The environmental, social and economic impacts of BioRegional’s “Veg Van”

Report: The environmental, social and economic impacts of BioRegional’s “Veg Van”

Increasing the supply and demand of fruit and vegetables that are produced locally and in season presents a possible strategy to meet UK government health and environmental objectives. In the London Borough of Sutton, a renovated milk float called the Veg Van has begun selling locally produced fruit and vegetables, aiming to increase the consumption of local […]

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