The contribution will be donated from the BHP Billiton Sustainable Communities fund and matches the Queensland Government s A$1 million contribution.
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SC stands for Sustainable Communities
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Kaid Benfield, Sustainable Communities program director at the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), uses the term "sustainable communities" to describe places "where use of resources and emissions of greenhouse gases and other pollutants are going down, not up; where the air and waterways are accessible and clean; where land is used efficiently and shared parks and public spaces are plentiful and easily visited; where people of different ages, income levels and cultural backgrounds share equally in environmental, social and cultural benefits; where many needs of daily life can be met within a 20-minute walk and all may be met within a 20-minute transit ride; where industry and economic opportunity emphasize healthy, environmentally sound practices.
Lincoln Institute forum to examine Sustainable Communities program CAMBRIDGE, Mass.
While much has been achieved over the last two decades to quantify and improve the environmental performance of buildings and infrastructure, it is still early days in terms of understanding how we can shape more sustainable communities within the built environment.
The Labour MP for Coventry South has signed an early day motion in the House of Commons to support the Sustainable Communities Bill.
Introduction The Government of the United Kingdom has defined a sustainable community in its Sustainable Communities Plan (Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 2003): sustainable communities are places where people want to live and work, now and in the future.
Other members of the 2009 board or directors for RE Sources for Sustainable Communities include Charlie Maliszewski, Ken Bronstein, Danne Neill, Christopher Neros, Rick Dubrow, Rabel Burdge, Erica Charbonneau, Hilary Culverwell, David Flanagan, Heather Higgins-Aanes, Alistair Jackson and William McCourt.
The Gateshead Council initiative is one of a handful of UK projects to be highly commended in this year's Sustainable Communities Awards.