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Crafting Sustainable Development: A Case Study Of Maine's Coastal Enterprises, Inc.
(Making waves, 1999)
What 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, ...
Revelstoke Community Forest Corporation: A Community Venture Repatriates Benefits from Local Public Forests
(Making Waves, 1995)
Economically prostrate in the mid 1980s, the town of Revelstoke, BC has demonstrated how a small community can regain a say in its economic future. The Revelstoke Community Forest Corporation (RCFC) is a community-owned ...
The Community Resilience Manual--A New Resource Will Link Rural Revitalization To CED Best Practice
(Making Waves, 1999)
All our small towns aren't reeling from current economic developments; some have prospered, responding to crisis with creativity, unity, and a determination to control their own destiny. What have they got that others ...
Breaking The Rules : Strategies For The Survival Of Small Investment Funds
(Making Waves, 1998)
By definition, the credit needs of marginalized communities and populations are unlikely to be met by conventional means. Reflecting on the success of BCA Holdings, Inc., Greg McCleod, one of the pioneers of CED and Community ...
Build On Positive Results: CED's Best Practice In Canada Should Have Major Implications For Upcoming Reforms To Social Security Legislation
(Making Waves, 1994)
Cases such as RESO (Richard, 2004), Kitsaki Development Corporation (Decter and Kowall), Coastal Enterprises Inc (Black, 2006), and many others not included in this volume provoked interest inside a small agency called ...
Community-Based Recycling put on Hold: Cambridge’s failed bid to replicate the ERS
(Making Waves, 1995)
Inspired by the success of the Edmonton Recycling Society,(Guenter, 1995) an innovative CED organization in Southern Ontario mobilized to compete for a major recycling contract in the Waterloo region. However, procurement ...