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View Resource What Matters in Greater Phoenix: 2004 Edition: Indicators of Our Quality of Life

Based on the Institute's public policy research, this report documents the quality of life in greater Phoenix, as reflected in nine indicators, including urban growth, transportation and mobility,...

http://morrisoninstitute.asu.edu/publications-reports/QOL_Wh...
View Resource Where You Live

This web site contains a wealth of information for communities interested in environmental protection and sustainable development including links to various tools for community action, and...

http://www.epa.gov/epahome/whereyoulive.htm
View Resource Conserving Biodiversity Through Sustainable Forestry

Library Holdings. This guidebook was written to promote . communication and understanding about forest . biodiversity (Glossary) among researchers, practitioners, landowners, managers, and...

http://www.ncseonline.org/00/Batch/NCSSF/Guidebook/Guidebook...
View Resource The Chic Ecologist

A blog on sustainable green living informational resource featuring green product reviews, emerging green technologies, environmental politics, fashion and do-it-yourself tips for sustainable living.

http://www.thechicecologist.com/
View Resource 1998 Sustainability Accords

TJPDJ, one of 10 regional planning districts in Virginia, provides a list of 15 statements pertaining to regional planning and growth, in relationship to sustainability and the environment.

http://www.tjpdc.org/home/sustainability.asp
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