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Storrs Cnu Ne
Storrs Cnu Ne
Storrs Cnu Ne
Storrs Cnu Ne
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Storrs Cnu Ne
Storrs Cnu Ne
Storrs Cnu Ne
Storrs Cnu Ne
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Storrs Cnu Ne
Storrs Cnu Ne
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    • 1. Controlling the Agenda (before others control it for us)
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    • 3. What are you talking about?
      • 1) The problem-Perception vs. Reality and the demise of the suburbs.
      • 1) What stands in the way of us achieving our sustainable goals (getting a seat at the table)
      • 3) What steps we can/must take to achieve our goals
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              • Suburbs Not Most Popular,
              • But Suburbanites Most Content
      PewResearch Center Publications
    • 9. MC
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    • 12. Opeb Space in Parking lot
    • 13. 100 More Polices for Implementation
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    • 20. The Model of Sustainability
    • 21. SURDNA FOUNDATION
      • Conservation Law Foundation , Boston, Massachusetts   For a program of transportation and land use reform in New England that addresses sprawl-inducing infrastructure projects, urban livability and environmental justice issues in the region's smaller cities and state by state "fix it first" campaigns to counter highway expansion projects.
 
              •   $450,000
(3 years)
    • 22.  
    • 23. Where there is no vision People perish Ancient Proverb

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