Child Hunger and Education Program
Craik Sustainable Living Project
Ecovillage Network of Canada
Energy Action Network
Global Footprint Network
Global Ecovillage Network
Greening the Ghetto (TED Talk)
The Natural Step
Saskatchewan Activist Network
Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation
Saskatchewan Eco Network
Saskatchewan Environmental Society
Saskatchewan Government's Green Strategy
Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council
Smart Communities Network
Sustainable Communities Network
We Are Many (WAM)
Richard Register. 2006. EcoCities: Rebuilding Cities in Balance with Nature. New Society Publishers. — Ecocities is about re-building cities and towns based on ecological principles for the long term sustainability, cultural vitality and health of the Earth's biosphere. Unique in the literature is the book's insight that the form of the city really matters.
Chris Turner. 2008. Geography of Hope. Random House Canada. — Daring to step beyond the rhetoric of panic and despair, The Geography of Hope points to the bright light at the end of this very dark tunnel by exploring eco-friendly solutions and communities around the world.
J. Baker. 2004. Home. Harper Collins — In Jeannie Baker's striking, natural collages, an urban community reclaims its land. A drab city street becomes a living, thriving neighborhood--a place to call home.
Chiras & Wann. 2003. Superbia! New Society Publishers. — Superbia! is a book of practical ideas for creating more socially, economically, and environmentally sustainable neighborhoods. It is about remaking suburban and urban neighborhoods to serve people better and to reduce human impact on the environment.