Includes 3 Slideshows all produced in 2007 by Green Map System:
Green Map Presents, World Tour and NYC Tour,
and 4 Videos produced around the world: Gotica y Gotica/ Drop by Drop (Cuba 2005), Green Trailblazers (India 2004), Seeds of a Global Movement (NYC 2007), Tokyo Yamanote Green Map, (Japan 2002)
Set of 7 medium-large balloons, each a different color with a different Green Map Icon.
(Tip: for exhibits and workshops, we suggest tying the balloons with a string so they can be reused at the next event!)
SanSing Elementary School is on the upper stream of Yang Lan river. In recently years, the residents in the school area have actively and effectively promoted their agricultural tourism, such as the Garlic and Scallion Festival.
This is the color edition of the guide to community mapping created with Common Ground Community Mapping Project in Canada and Mapas Verdes Americas.
The book is a guide to making a Green Map, and is intended to inspire and support 'localization for sustainability', the worldwide movement by citizens and communities to engage with and represent the vital interconnections between the human, natural and built environment.read more »
Green Map Impacts focuses on various kinds of case studies which gave Actual impacts or Influences on communities by making Green Maps. These unique case studies were picked up from Japan and the world.
Format: A4 size, 40 p. full colored
Language: Japanese (It will be translated into English)
Publisher: Chubu Recycle, Inc.
Planning & Editing: Green Map Aichi + Green Map Japan, Inc.
Cooperation: Green Map System, Inc.
Audience:Existing map makers, city planners, community leaders, or people who want to work for the community
-Impact on Eco-Action
-Impacts on Children & Youth
-Impacts on Community
-Impacts on City Planning
-Impacts on Public Policy
-Impacts on Nature Protection
-Impacts on Traditional Culture
-Impacts on CSR
-Other Unique Impacts
-Impacts on Networking
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Green Map Hong Kong – Towards a Sustainable City Life is the first green map project to promote sustainable development lifestyle in Hong Kong, identifying places and locations that are relevant to a sustainable city life, and introducing the natural and cultural resources to the general public. The map was produced by more than 50 mapmakers and 9 months to finish it.
The Swansea Green Map has nearly 300 locations and growing! The map highlights key resources across the City and county of Swansea, that help people to live more sustainably, focusing on themes such as recycling, wildlife areas, community projects, re-use, and education to name a few.
This is university campus Green Map highlights a unique environment with a botanical garden, archeological sites, different species of fauna and flora, etc. The place where you want to be - El lugar donde quieres estar...
The first map that uses the Green Map Icons version 3 and identifies more than 2,000 sustainable resources in Bucharest. Offers an inventory of easily understood and recognized global resources. It is an instrument of education, planning, consultancy for the
community, governmental organizations and non governmental business.
The Annecy Green Map fits into the city's Agenda21 programme, with 21 actions and 74 commitments for the environment made by Annecy City. The Green Map covers environmental issues, organic food, renewable energy and sustainable construction, transports, and economic solidarity.
It is published with a 20 page accompanying booklet presenting the mapped sites.
Annecy France Europe
Map Size: 25 x 34.5 in / 63.5 x 88 cm
Pocket Directory size: 4.5 x 8 in / 11.5 x 20 cm
This project was initiated by a partnership of Sustaining Tomorrow Today and the Basalt High School's Recycle Club. Seven valley high school students participated in non-violent communication training, solicited business interest, and followed up on the map applications.
Working with five adults, these youth discovered they can take action and express their environmental values. In their concern for the future of the planet, they offer this Green Map as a tool.