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dc.contributor.authorDickstein, Carla
dc.contributor.authorBranscomb, Diane
dc.contributor.authorPiotti, John
dc.contributor.authorSheehan, Elizabeth
dc.identifier.citationVolume 10 Number 2 13-23en
dc.description.abstractWhat do community economic development practitioners have to learn from environmentalists? What does environmentalism stand to gain from CED? By implementing a multi-dimensional concept of sustainability, Coastal Enterprises, Inc. (a long-established community development corporation in Maine) has shed new light on the synergy of principles and practice. This case study is also a very good example of CED operating on a regional basis, well beyond the local focus of RESO (Richard, 2004) or the North End of Winnipeg (Colussi and Perry, 2002)en
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dc.publisherMaking wavesen
dc.subjectcommunity developmenten
dc.titleCrafting Sustainable Development: A Case Study Of Maine's Coastal Enterprises, Inc.en

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