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Friday, June 16, 2017

Fresh Updates to New Community Paradigms Community Ecology wiki-pages

This blog was originally designed as a collection platform for newly discovered resources for the New Community Paradigms wiki and material for the New Community Paradigms blog. It automatically collects these resources from the New Community Paradigms Diigo Group account.

Because the collection was automatic, this blog was largely left on cruise control with the intention that the wiki would be updated on a regular basis and that a New Community Paradigms blog post would be created to memorialize the update. That has not happened for awhile. When it does happen, it seemed to interrupt the flow of ideas being considered by the primary New Community Paradigms blog.

There is also now a New Community Paradigms Map to reflect the relationship between different sections and their components of the wiki.

So it has been decided to start putting the updates of the wiki through this blog starting with updates to Community Ecology.  The resources listed below have usually been provided before. The only difference is that there is now more context. The different wiki pages are listed first and the particular resources are listed below. The wiki pages will be used as labels for each particular blog post for hopefully easier searching.

LEAN Energy US (Local Energy Aggregation Network) is a non-profit, membership organization dedicated to the accelerated expansion and competitive success of clean energy CCA nationwide.
Diigo Tags: lean, energy, CCA, Community Choice Aggregation, Environment, Sustainability

Our goal is to advance urban sustainability and shared prosperity through initiatives in transportation, water, climate, and public policy. We coach city leaders, advise decision makers and find new ways to solve challenges.
Diigo Tags: neighborhood, urban, urban planning, Sustainability, transportation, community development

Saul Griffith, co-founder, and CEO of Otherlab presented for the first time an interactive wall-sized map detailing America’s daily energy use at the July gathering of What’s Now: San Francisco. Saul and his Otherlab team

The TOD Technical Assistance Initiative is a project of the Federal Transit Administration administered by Smart Growth America that provides on-the-ground and online technical assistance to support transit-oriented development, improve access to public transportation, and build new economic opportunities and pathways to employment for local communities. Learn more about the project >>

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