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Posted under "Community Health" http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/taxonomy/term/103 The taxonomy view with a depth of 0. en March 19th Community Forum: The Sustainable Density Fallacy http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/4081 <p>Can we build high density neighbourhoods without building towers? A<br /> Community Forum will be held in Mount Pleasant where the Rezoning<br /> Hearings for the 19-storey RIZE Development at Main and Broadway are<br /> showing overwhelming neighbourhood opposition for tower forms outside<br /> the downtown. Come and join the discussion with a panel of experts.</p> <p> Date: Monday, March 19, 2012</p> <p> Place: St. Patrick’s Parish Hall, 2881 Main Street at 13th Avenue., Vancouver, BC</p> <p> Time: 6:45 – 9 p.m.</p> <div class="og_rss_groups"><ul class="links"><li class="first last og_links"><a href="/node/100" class="og_links">Non Formal Education</a></li> </ul></div><p><a href="http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/4081">read more</a></p> Non Formal Education British Columbia Community Economic Development / Building Local Economies Community Engagement Community Health Non-Formal Fri, 16 Mar 2012 11:46:17 -0700 wttcoordinator 4081 at http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca The Charrette as Environmental Learning Space http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/4056 <p>The urbanist <em>charrette</em> was the first direct challenge issuedto the Modern planning paradigm. Striving to inject transparency, urbandesign principles, and meaningful participation into the planning process, the role of the <em>charrette</em> has evolved from exposing professionals to the subject site, to Educating about Sustainable Development (ESD), or ‘good’ urbanism.</p> <p><a href="http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/4056">read more</a></p> http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/4056#comments British Columbia Community Based Project Community Economic Development / Building Local Economies Community Engagement Community Health Ecological Literacy / Ecological Footprint Higher Education K-12 Local Government Media Non-Formal Fri, 27 Jan 2012 12:10:43 -0800 wttcoordinator 4056 at http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca The Lower Mainland Green Team http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3535 <p>Looking for a hands-on way to conserve the environment? The Lower Mainland Green Team is a group of people from all over the Lower Mainland who get together once a month (sometimes more) to help an environmental group, non-profit organization, charity or city tackle an environmental issue that needs co-operation and teamwork to get done. Some activities include: Pulling invasive plants, planting trees/native plants, riparian restoration, beach/river/lake clean up, harvesting organic fruits/veggies, trail building/maintenance and restoration of wildlife sites.</p> <div class="og_rss_groups"><ul class="links"><li class="first last og_links"><a href="/node/100" class="og_links">Non Formal Education</a></li> </ul></div><p><a href="http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3535">read more</a></p> http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3535#comments Non Formal Education British Columbia Community Based Project Community Engagement Community Health Non-Formal Tue, 15 Feb 2011 09:43:22 -0800 wttcoordinator 3535 at http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca Controversial Goldcorp Donation to SFU Woodwards Causing Debate and Protest Plans http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3438 <p>Last week's announcement by SFU president Andrew Petter that mining giant, Goldcorp, had donated $10 million to SFU to help fund Vancouver's SFU Woodwards campus has been causing some major discussion and debate, both internally at SFU and among the wider public.</p> <p><a href="http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3438">read more</a></p> http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3438#comments British Columbia Business / Industry Community Based Project Community Economic Development / Building Local Economies Community Engagement Community Health Corporate Responsibility and Accountability / Triple Bottom Line Fri, 01 Oct 2010 12:34:13 -0700 wttcoordinator 3438 at http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca The Work that Reconnects/Reconnecting to Life, Oct. 30-31 Workshops at Royal Roads http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3418 <p>The Work that Reconnects/Reconnecting to Life</p> <p>with Jackie Larkin and Olive Dempsey<br /> Royal Roads University, Victoria, B.C.<br /> Saturday, October 30 - Sunday, October 31, 2010<br /> 9am to 8pm Saturday; 9am to 5pm Sunday</p> <p>Reconnecting to Life workshops engage heart, mind and spirit in the task<br /> of deepening and<br /> repairing our connections to ourselves, our human community and all<br /> planetary life.  Within a safe and transformative group process, led by<br /> highly skilled facilitators, we celebrate the joy and</p> <p><a href="http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3418">read more</a></p> http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3418#comments British Columbia Community Engagement Community Health Educational Program Non-Formal Wed, 15 Sep 2010 10:50:49 -0700 wttcoordinator 3418 at http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca Building Sustainability from the Ground Up: A New California City http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3322 <p>The chance to create an entire town from the ground up doesn't come along every day. Quay Valley, located in California's Central Valley, one hour from the world-renowned wine region of Paso Robles and half way between Los Angeles and San Francisco, is creating a grand vision for community development. The goal is to create a community that provides people the best opportunities to live, work and play in one place.</p> <p><a href="http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3322">read more</a></p> http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3322#comments Climate Change and Air Quality Community Economic Development / Building Local Economies Community Engagement Community Health Non-Formal North America Sustainability Policy Fri, 30 Apr 2010 10:08:02 -0700 wttcoordinator 3322 at http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca Suzuki Foundation Releases Scorecard on Controversial VANOC Claim of “Carbon Neutral” Olympics http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3243 <p> The David Suzuki Foundation released its report reviewing VANOC’s oft-stated claim that the 2010 Vancouver Olympics will be the first ever carbon neutral Olympics ever staged. While the Suzuki found many things to praise in VANOC’s efforts, including measuring GHC emissions for seven years (from bid to Games), the LEED Gold standard design of venues and the Athletes Village, and other efficiency efforts, Suzuki concludes that the 2010 efforts only amount to a “Bronze” performance. </p> <p><a href="http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3243">read more</a></p> http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3243#comments British Columbia Climate Change and Air Quality Community Economic Development / Building Local Economies Community Engagement Community Health Corporate Responsibility and Accountability / Triple Bottom Line Local Government Media Non-Formal Non-profit / NGO Provincial Government Sustainability Policy Wed, 03 Feb 2010 12:25:03 -0800 wttcoordinator 3243 at http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca Walking the Talk Newsletter #34, January 2010: United Nations RCE Designation! http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3230 <p>Greetings and Happy New Year! Walking the Talk is kicking off 2010 with an exciting announcement. The group has just been formally designated the new United Nations Regional Centre for Expertise for Education on Sustainable Development (RCE) for the British Columbia/North Cascades region. Dr. David Zandvliet of SFU spearheaded this designation on behalf of Walking the Talk, and he received the official certificate of designation from the United Nations University on January 10, 2010.</p> <p><a href="http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3230">read more</a></p> http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3230#comments Alternative Energy / Peak Oil Arts and Culture - Eco-Art Biodiversity and Habitat / Bioregionalism Business / Industry Campus Planning and Development Climate Change and Air Quality Community Economic Development / Building Local Economies Community Engagement Community Health Corporate Responsibility and Accountability / Triple Bottom Line Cultural Diversity and Intercultural Understanding Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Ecological Literacy / Ecological Footprint Educational Policy (Advanced Education) Educational Policy (K-12) Equity and Rights / Gender Equity Ethical Investment (eg. Pensions, Investments by Universities) Ethics Fair Trade / Globalization Federal Government Food Production / Organic Agriculture / Urban Agriculture Global Citizenship / Global Education Green / Ethical Purchasing Green Building / Urban Design and Greening Higher Education Housing/Affordability International K-12 K-12 Green Schools K-12 School Curriculum - Sustainability Education Land Use and Transportation Planning Local Government Media Media Literacy Non-Formal Non-profit / NGO Peace and Human Security Post-secondary Curriculum Poverty Reduction Provincial Government Public Participation Research and Evaluation Resource Management Social Justice Sustainability Policy Sustainable Consumption / Simple Living University / College Campus Operations Waste Management Water and Sewage Youth / Student Organizations Thu, 21 Jan 2010 12:37:32 -0800 wttcoordinator 3230 at http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca Hopes and Tensions at the start of the Copenhagen Conference http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3179 <p><a href="http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3179">read more</a></p> http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3179#comments Business / Industry Climate Change and Air Quality Community Economic Development / Building Local Economies Community Engagement Community Health Corporate Responsibility and Accountability / Triple Bottom Line Cultural Diversity and Intercultural Understanding Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Ecological Literacy / Ecological Footprint Federal Government Higher Education International K-12 Local Government Media Non-Formal Non-profit / NGO Provincial Government Sustainability Policy Youth Mon, 07 Dec 2009 15:46:16 -0800 wttcoordinator 3179 at http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca iWalk - International Walk to School Week: Oct 4-8, 2010 http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3361 <p><strong>International Walk to School Month gives<br /> children, parents, school</p> <p>teachers and community leaders an opportunity to be part of a<br /> global</p> <p>event as they celebrate the many benefits of walking.</p> <p></strong> </p> <p><strong></p> <p>In 2009, students from 314 schools<br /> from across BC joined<br /> millions of</p> <p>walkers from around the world, walking to school together for<br /> various</p> <p>reasons – all hoping to create communities that are safe places to</p> <p>walk.</p> <p></strong></p> <p><a href="http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3361">read more</a></p> http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3361#comments British Columbia Climate Change and Air Quality Community Based Project Community Health Fair Trade / Globalization K-12 Sustainable Consumption / Simple Living Mon, 14 Jun 2010 12:00:48 -0700 Omar 3361 at http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca 2009-2010 Act NOW! National Playwriting Competition http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3036 <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><a href="http://now-org.com/get-involved/act-now-playwriting-competition/">Act NOW!<br /> National Playwriting Competition</a></p> <p><a href="http://now-org.com/get-involved/act-now-playwriting-competition/"></a>2009-2010 Act NOW! National Playwriting Competition</p> <p><a href="http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3036">read more</a></p> http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/3036#comments Arts and Culture - Eco-Art Canada Climate Change and Air Quality Community Engagement Community Health Ecological Literacy / Ecological Footprint Educational Policy (Advanced Education) Educational Policy (K-12) Global Citizenship / Global Education Higher Education K-12 K-12 School Curriculum - Sustainability Education Non-Formal Non-profit / NGO Social Justice Tue, 29 Sep 2009 10:10:06 -0700 wttcoordinator 3036 at http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca Report on The Economy of Local Food in Vancouver http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/2959 <p>Report on The Economy of Local Food in Vancouver</p> <p>Please find attached a new research study conducted by Chris Hild, M.B.A; Centre for Sustainability and Social Innovation, Sauder School of Business, UBC, on The Economy of Local Food in Vancouver. </p> <p>It can also be found here: <a href="http://www.vancouvereconomic.co/page/local-food">http://www.vancouvereconomic.com/page/local-food</a>.</p> <p><a href="http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/2959">read more</a></p> http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/2959#comments British Columbia Community Economic Development / Building Local Economies Community Health Food Production / Organic Agriculture / Urban Agriculture Higher Education Sustainable Consumption / Simple Living Mon, 07 Sep 2009 21:41:38 -0700 wttcoordinator 2959 at http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca T’Sou-ke Smart Energy Group http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/2839 <p>The T’Sou-ke Smart Energy Group (T’SEG) has been created with the purpose of educating the T’Sou-ke community about the importance of low impact sustainable energy, through the use of culture, traditional values and historical means of communication.</p> <p><a href="http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/2839">read more</a></p> http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/2839#comments Alternative Energy / Peak Oil British Columbia Community Engagement Community Health Cultural Diversity and Intercultural Understanding Green Building / Urban Design and Greening Non-Formal Success Stories Sustainable Consumption / Simple Living Wed, 05 Aug 2009 14:42:20 -0700 wttcoordinator 2839 at http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca International Walk to School Week http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/2757 <p>HASTE (the Hub for Action on School Transportation) and DASH (the Directorate of Agencies for<br /> School Health) BC are inviting schools province-wide to participate in International Walk to School Week to promote and celebrate the many benefits of walking.  Register your school by <strong>June<br /> 30</strong> to be eligible for early bird prize packages.  All<br /> registered schools will receive information and practical planning resources in<br /> early Septem</p> <p><a href="http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/2757">read more</a></p> http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/2757#comments British Columbia Climate Change and Air Quality Community Health K-12 Resources Fri, 12 Jun 2009 11:10:25 -0700 Omar 2757 at http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca NEW UBC Sustainability Education Intensive! May 31-June 2. Open to all post-secondary educators. http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/2585 <p>Do you want to bring sustainability into your course, program or initiative, and don't know where to start? </p> <p>Do you have ideas to enhance sustainability in your course, program or initiative, and need resources, money and support?</p> <p>Are you keen to connect with other post-secondary sustainability education leaders? </p> <p>If so, we invite your application to the new <strong>Sustainability Education Intensive!</strong></p> <div class="og_rss_groups"><ul class="links"><li class="first last og_links"><a href="/node/95" class="og_links">Higher Education Group</a></li> </ul></div><p><a href="http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/2585">read more</a></p> http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/2585#comments Higher Education Group Alternative Energy / Peak Oil Arts and Culture - Eco-Art Biodiversity and Habitat / Bioregionalism British Columbia Climate Change and Air Quality Community Engagement Community Health Ecological Literacy / Ecological Footprint Educational Policy (Advanced Education) Educational Program Equity and Rights / Gender Equity Ethics Fair Trade / Globalization Food Production / Organic Agriculture / Urban Agriculture Global Citizenship / Global Education Green Building / Urban Design and Greening Higher Education Housing/Affordability Land Use and Transportation Planning Media Literacy Peace and Human Security Post-secondary Curriculum Research and Evaluation Resource Management Social Justice University / College Campus Operations Waste Management Water and Sewage Youth / Student Organizations Thu, 26 Feb 2009 16:32:16 -0800 Yona Sipos 2585 at http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca Act NOW! National Playwriting Competition http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/2497 <p>Do you love writing?<br /> Are you an aspiring playwright?<br /> Are you passionate about the environment?<br /> Do you have a solution?<br /> Do you want a challenge?</p> <p><strong>The spotlight is on. This is your chance to shine!</strong></p> <p>Enter the Act NOW! National Playwriting Competition with an one act play. In addition to cash prizes and recognition, the winning plays will be performed across Canada.</p> <p>In a group of up to four, submit a one act play about sustainability, environment, and society. Open to everyone aged 12 -19.</p> <p><a href="http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/2497">read more</a></p> http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/2497#comments Arts and Culture - Eco-Art Biodiversity and Habitat / Bioregionalism Canada Climate Change and Air Quality Community Engagement Community Health Ecological Literacy / Ecological Footprint Equity and Rights / Gender Equity Non-profit / NGO Social Justice Youth Youth / Student Organizations Tue, 16 Dec 2008 23:06:04 -0800 kbowen 2497 at http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca Towns for Tomorrow http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/2472 <p>Improving local infrastructure has become easier for even more<br /> communities as a result of the launch of the expanded Towns for<br /> Tomorrow program. </p> <p>Municipalities with populations up to 15,000 and regional districts<br /> are now eligible for funding to develop and enhance local<br /> infrastructure. </p> <p>Now a five-year, $71-million program, Towns<br /> for Tomorrow supports projects that address climate change and<br /> contribute to the overall health, sustainability and livability of<br /> communities. </p> <p>Eligible projects include, but are not limited to:</p> <div class="og_rss_groups"><ul class="links"><li class="first last og_links"><a href="/node/95" class="og_links">Higher Education Group</a></li> </ul></div><p><a href="http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/2472">read more</a></p> http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/2472#comments Higher Education Group British Columbia Community Health Provincial Government Resources Tue, 02 Dec 2008 16:58:48 -0800 wttcoordinator 2472 at http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca Smithers Community Bike Program http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/2445 <p>Started in the summer of 2005 by volunteer Chris Gee, the Smithers Community Bike Program has grown in leaps and bounds. This is the ‘little program that could’ - with minimal money and tons of community heart, rusted chains and bent frames are transformed into community cruisers. The Smithers Community ‘Blue” Bike program encourages citizens to ride around town to do their errands instead of driving. People in the Bulkley Valley donate bikes, we fix ‘em up, and get them back out into the community.</p> <p><a href="http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/2445">read more</a></p> http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/2445#comments British Columbia Community Engagement Community Health Non-Formal Youth Sun, 16 Nov 2008 09:48:07 -0800 kbowen 2445 at http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca HASTE - Hub for Action on School Transportation Emissions http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/2361 <p>HASTE (Hub for Action on School Transportation Emissions) is a new project that supports groups taking action on reducing school transportation emissions in British Columbia. It's an online resource and networking centre, to help students, teachers and schools improve the health of individuals, communities and the environment.</p> http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/2361#comments British Columbia Climate Change and Air Quality Community Health Ecological Literacy / Ecological Footprint K-12 K-12 School Curriculum - Sustainability Education Land Use and Transportation Planning Non-profit / NGO Resources Youth / Student Organizations Thu, 02 Oct 2008 10:13:20 -0700 Omar 2361 at http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca eCards - research, write, design and send! http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/1346 <p><a href="http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/1346">read more</a></p> http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/1346#comments Alternative Energy / Peak Oil British Columbia Climate Change and Air Quality Community Economic Development / Building Local Economies Community Health Corporate Responsibility and Accountability / Triple Bottom Line Cultural Diversity and Intercultural Understanding Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Ecological Literacy / Ecological Footprint Educational Program Equity and Rights / Gender Equity Ethics Fair Trade / Globalization Food Production / Organic Agriculture / Urban Agriculture Green / Ethical Purchasing Green Building / Urban Design and Greening K-12 Media Literacy Sustainable Consumption / Simple Living Youth / Student Organizations Wed, 12 Mar 2008 23:11:47 -0700 jstroman 1346 at http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca EnerAction - Energy Conservation program for Grade 4 to 7 http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/1345 <p><a href="http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/1345">read more</a></p> http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/1345#comments Alternative Energy / Peak Oil Arts and Culture - Eco-Art British Columbia Climate Change and Air Quality Community Health Ecological Literacy / Ecological Footprint Educational Program Ethics Food Production / Organic Agriculture / Urban Agriculture Green / Ethical Purchasing Green Building / Urban Design and Greening K-12 K-12 Green Schools K-12 School Curriculum - Sustainability Education Media Literacy Research and Evaluation Social Justice Sustainable Consumption / Simple Living Youth / Student Organizations Wed, 12 Mar 2008 23:06:02 -0700 jstroman 1345 at http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca Happyfrog http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/1321 <p>happyfrog is a fresh and innovative online community whose content is almost entirely created by its members. happyfrog is a place where informed, passionate and opinionated friends gather to share information about what makes Vancouver a little kinder, smarter, healthier and greener. </p> <p>Think of happyfrog as the community's collective voice, a home for genuine personal insight into the local businesses and services that drive Vancouver's exploding interest in green and healthy living.</p> <p><a href="http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/1321">read more</a></p> http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/1321#comments Alternative Energy / Peak Oil Arts and Culture - Eco-Art British Columbia Business / Industry Climate Change and Air Quality Community Engagement Community Health Corporate Responsibility and Accountability / Triple Bottom Line Ecological Literacy / Ecological Footprint Fair Trade / Globalization Federal Government Food Production / Organic Agriculture / Urban Agriculture Higher Education K-12 Local Government Media Non-Formal Non-profit / NGO Provincial Government Public Participation Resource Management Resources Sustainable Consumption / Simple Living Waste Management Youth Fri, 29 Feb 2008 10:27:44 -0800 Josina 1321 at http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca Eco-tipping points success stories & needing teachers http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/1238 <p>&#160;</p> <p><a href="http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/1238">read more</a></p> http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/1238#comments Alternative Energy / Peak Oil Biodiversity and Habitat / Bioregionalism British Columbia Business / Industry Climate Change and Air Quality Community Economic Development / Building Local Economies Community Engagement Community Health Corporate Responsibility and Accountability / Triple Bottom Line Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Ecological Literacy / Ecological Footprint Federal Government Food Production / Organic Agriculture / Urban Agriculture Global Citizenship / Global Education Higher Education K-12 Land Use and Transportation Planning Local Government Media Non-Formal Non-profit / NGO Peace and Human Security Poverty Reduction Provincial Government Public Participation Success Stories Waste Management Youth Sat, 12 Jan 2008 21:43:47 -0800 Josina 1238 at http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca The Otesha Project http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/1211 <p>The Otesha Project today announced the routes for the 2008 Otesha<br /> Cycling and Performing Tours. Applications are now being accepted for<br /> seven regional tours throughout Canada that will take more than 120<br /> inspiring young change-makers on the journey of a lifetime! Tour<br /> members will share an incredible experience as they live as a mobile<br /> and sustainable community for two months. They will cycle from<br /> performance to performance, braving the elements, connecting with<br /> communities along the route, and exploring all the ups and downs of</p> <p><a href="http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/1211">read more</a></p> http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/1211#comments Canada Climate Change and Air Quality Community Based Project Community Engagement Community Health Ecological Literacy / Ecological Footprint Green / Ethical Purchasing Green Building / Urban Design and Greening Non-Formal Non-profit / NGO Sustainable Consumption / Simple Living Youth Youth / Student Organizations Wed, 02 Jan 2008 10:15:53 -0800 Josina 1211 at http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca Tools and Techniques for Community Recovery and Renewal http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/1200 <p>Community revitalization is a<br /> monster task. Where to begin? What to do next? Tools and Techniques for<br /> Community Recovery and Renewal breaks down the revitalization agenda<br /> into five chunks. Under each you will find not only an incisive<br /> introduction to its components, but lists of resources and contact<br /> information for the people and organizations that have used each. Have<br /> a look - it's free:</p> <p><a href="http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/1200">read more</a></p> http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca/node/1200#comments British Columbia Business / Industry Community Economic Development / Building Local Economies Community Engagement Community Health Green Building / Urban Design and Greening Housing/Affordability Non-Formal Non-profit / NGO Resources Sun, 16 Dec 2007 20:52:40 -0800 Josina 1200 at http://www.walkingthetalk.bc.ca