2009

Sustainable Communities

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ISBN: 978-1-4419-0218-4 (Print) 978-1-4419-0219-1 (Online)

Table of contents (16 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-x

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    Pages 1-11

    Introduction and Overview

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    Pages 13-28

    The Role of Business Leaders in Community Sustainability Coalitions: A Historical Perspective

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    Pages 29-43

    Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD)

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    Pages 45-55

    Sustainable Cities as Communities and Villages

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    Pages 57-75

    Greening Existing Communities

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    Pages 77-93

    Santa Monica Sustainable City Plan: Sustainability in Action

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    Pages 95-107

    Renewable Energy Practices in the City and County of San Francisco

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    Pages 109-124

    Building Sustainability: The Role of K-12 Education

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    Pages 125-134

    Google’s Clean Energy 2030 Plan: Why It Matters

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    Pages 135-153

    Sustainable Communities in the UK

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    Pages 155-168

    Sustainable Towns: The Case of Frederikshavn – 100% Renewable Energy

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    Pages 169-191

    Sustainable Communities: The Piedmont Region, Settimo Torinese, Italy

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    Pages 193-214

    Sustainable Development in Lithuania

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    Pages 215-222

    Rizhao: China’s Green Beacon for Sustainable Chinese Cities

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    Pages 223-241

    Ecological Construction and Sustainable Development in China: The Case of Jiaxing Municipality

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    Pages 243-261

    Japanese Experience with Efforts at the Community Level Toward a Sustainable Economy: Accelerating Collaboration Between Local and Central Governments

  18. Back Matter

    Pages 263-314