The Global Community has had work concerning sustainable cities aspects and issues ever since 1985. A short list of our previous work concerning sustainable cities aspects and issues.
For more recent work concerning sustainable cities aspects and issues read the following table.
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| May 19, 2007
|| Question of Direction , by Mike Nickerson and Donna Dillman,
http://synchronouscity.com/dirq.php Goals are the seeds from which the future grows.
When enough people understand this, the conventional wisdom will shift, moving from: our purpose is to expand production and onsumption to
our purpose is to enjoy living while managing the planet for generations to come. As you know, the Question of Direction program aims to increase the rate at which this realization takes place.
| March 11, 2007
|| Cities: power, rights, responsibility and accountability by Germain Dufour The Global Community can contribute in evaluating options and strategies for adapting to climate change as it occurs, and in identifying human activities that are even now maladapted to climate.
The Global Community makes recommendations to alleviate the effects of climate change in the world.
| February 21, 2007
|| Do Sustainable Cities Have a Future? Smart growth is newly fashionable. But what will it take to turn fashion into national policy? A green revolution is burgeoning in America's cities and towns., by Neil Peirce, http://www.alternet.org/authors/7497/, published in AlterNet: The Mix is the Message, EnviroHealth, and in the The American Prospect
Green value sounds and is environmental. But it's so much more. It also stands for connectivity, intelligence, smart systems, and creating a 21st-century world that has a chance of being truly sustainable.