green ngos

Children & Nature Network {Green NGO Highlighted}

Continuing on with our Green NGO Highlighted series, here’s another great one I had never heard of before a Facebook friend of mine shared it with me — the Children and Nature Network. I have a feeling you can guess what this one’s about.

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Bamboo Bike Project {Green NGO Highlighted}

Continuing on with my Green NGO Highlighted series, which I got away from for a short time, here’s a cool one a good Facebook friend of mine shared with me nearly two months ago. It’s the Bamboo Bike Project, based in Africa, which combines two of the greenest things on the planet.. bamboo and bikes.

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Habitat for Humanity & Center for Creative Land Recycling Team Up for Huge East Oakland Project

Last week, I featured a great project by the Center for Creative Land Recycling (CCLR), the Sacramento Railyard renovation and revitalization project. CCLR is focused on reusing or recycling brownfields, lands dirtied with industrial contamination that just need a bit of effort to get in use again. This is popular, exciting work amongst city planners — it’s like turning an old, beat-up car into a beauty again.

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Rebirth of Sacramento Railyard & Center for Creative Land Recycling {Green NGO Highlighted}

With my professional training in city planning, I have to admit that I get giddy over cool smart growth projects. I recently ran across one such project, a super cool one, and one of the key organizations behind it. The project is the redevelopment of Sacramento’s downtown railyard, which apparently employed 10,000 employees at the height of its use and was the largest single workforce in Central Valley for 8 decades. One of the key organizations behind it is the Center for Creative Land Recycling (CCLR).

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Walkable & Livable Communities Institute {Green NGO Highlighted}

There are so many great non-profit organizations (aka non-governmental organizations or NGOs) out there that I thought I might start a series highlighting some of these great NGOs. The first one I’m highlighting is one a friend recently directed me towards — the Walkable and Livable Communities Initiative.

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