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Ecovillages


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  • Variants

    • Sustainable communities
    • Communities, Sustainable
  • Broader Terms

  • Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes

  • Sources

    • found: Work cat: Ecovillages around the world, 2018
    • found: Inspec, viewed March 1, 2018(uncontrolled indexing: Ecovillages)
    • found: Engineering village, viewed March 2, 2018(uncontrolled index: Ecovillages)
    • found: Applied science full text, viewed March 2, 2018(in titles: Ecovillages)
    • found: Wikipedia, viewed March 2, 2018(Ecovillages are traditional or intentional communities whose goal is to become more socially, culturally, economically and ecologically sustainable. Ecovillages are consciously designed through locally owned, participatory processes to regenerate and restore their social and natural environments. Most range from a population of 50 to 150 individuals, although some are smaller, and traditional ecovillages are often much larger)
    • found: Global Ecovillage Network web site, viewed April 18, 2018(What is an Ecovillage?An ecovillage is an intentional, traditional or urban community that is consciously designed through locally owned participatory processes in all four dimensions of sustainability (social, culture, ecology and economy) to regenerate social and natural environments)
    • found: Benfield, K. What does a 'sustainable community' actually look like? in The Atlantic, Mar. 14, 2011 via WWW viewed Apr. 18, 2018(Sustainable communities share a common purpose: places where people thrive to enjoy good health and create a high quality of life. A sustainable community reflects the interdependence of economic, environmental, and social issues by acknowledging that regions, cities, towns and rural lands must continue into the future without diminishing the land, water, air, natural and cultural resources that support them. Housing, transportation and resource conservation are managed in ways that retain the economic, ecological and scenic values of the environment. And they are communities where the consumption of fossil fuels, emissions of greenhouse gases, water resources and pollution are minimized)
  • LC Classification

    • HT169.5765-HT169.5766
  • Editorial Notes

    • names of individual ecovillages
  • Change Notes

    • 2018-03-01: new
    • 2018-07-13: revised
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