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A working bibliography used to develop presentation materials for Sustainable Atwood meetings.

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  • 1. Bibliography Beatley, Timothy and Stephen Wheeler (Eds.). 2009. The Sustainable Development Reader. New York, NY: Routledge. Bonvoison, Patricia et al. 2006. Sustainable Planning Standards. Presented to Oak Park Environmental and Energy Advisory Commission. Urban Planning and Policy Program, University of Illinois at Chicago. Brown, David and Alex Jozsa. 2005. Neighborhood Sustainability Indicators: Report on a Best Practice Workshop. Community workshop hosted by the School of Urban Planning, McGill University and the Urban Ecology Center/SocecM at Mc Gill University in Montreal, June 10-11. City of Portland, Oregon. The Portland Plan. Retrieved from http://www.portlandonline.com/portlandplan/ City of Santa Monica Office of Sustainability and the Environment. Sustainable City Progress Report. http://www.smgov.net/Departments/OSE/Categories/Sustainability/Sustainable_City_Progress_R eport/Sustainable_City_Progress_Report.aspx Check Your Success: A Community Guide to Developing Indicators. Department of Urban Affairs & Planning, Virginia Tech. Retrieved from http://www.uap.vt.edu/checkyoursuccess/manual.html Gahin, R., Veleva, V. and Hart, M. 2003. Do Indicators Help Create Sustainable Communities? Local Environment, 8(6): 661-666. Goerner, Sally, Robert Dyke, and Dorothy Lagerroos. 2008. The New Science of Sustainability. Chapel Hill, NC: Triangle Center for Complex Systems. Hak, Tomas, Arthur Lyon Dahl and Bedrich Moldan (Eds.). 2007. Sustainability Indicators: A Scientific Assessment. A project of the Scientific Community on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE). Washington, DC: Island Press. Hart, Mareen. 1999. Guide to Sustainable Community Indicators. North Andover, MA: Hart Environmental Data. Jacksonville Community Council, Inc. 2008. Quality of Life Progress Report. Retrieved from http://www.jcci.org/jcciwebsite/pages/indicators.html Kline, Elizabeth. 1997. Sustainable Community Indicators: How to Measure Progress. In Roseland, Mark (Ed.) Eco-City Dimensions: Healthy Communities, Healthy Planet. New Haven, CT: New
  • 2. Society Publishers. Levett, Roger. 1998. Sustainability Indicators--Integrating Quality of Life and Environmental Protection. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series A (Statistics in Society), 161(3): 291-302. Meter, Ken. 1999. Neighborhood Sustainability Indicators Guidebook. Minneapolis, MN: Crossroads Resource Center. Retrieved from http://www.crcworks.org/nsip.html Miller, Clark A. 2005. New Civic Epistemologies of Quantification: Making Sense of Indicators of Local and Global Sustainability. Science, Technology, & Human Values, 30(3): 403-432. Mitra, Anindita. 2003. A Tool for Measuring Progress: The Growing Popularity of Sustainability Indicators in the United States. National Civic Review, Fall 2003: 30-45. Roseland, Mark. 2005. Toward Sustainable Communities. New Haven, CT: New Society Publishers. Tanguay, Georges A., Juste Rajaonson, Jean-Francois Lefebvre, Paul Lanoie. 2009. Measuring the sustainability of cities: An analysis of the use of local indicators. Ecological Indicators, 10(2010): 407-418.