Monthly Archives: December 2010

…back in 2011!

  Peace, Prosperity, and Sustainability to everyone over the coming year! Cheers!

| Leave a comment

Who’s Waterfront? Developing Dar es Salaam’s Gateway to Eastern Africa

Cross-posted from CIDA’s website. It’s never too late to improve! Some three years of work did not stop the Tanzania Port Authority (TPA) from reviewing and changing its approach to developing the Dar es Salaam waterfront. With the support of Sustainable … Continue reading

Posted in Dar es Salaam | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Clean Neighbourhood, Healthy Families: New Septic Tank Maintenance Program to be Launched in San Fernando, La Union

Kate Letizia & Meghan Larson are working in San Fernando, Philippines in waste management. The local government of San Fernando City, La Union has been making great progress in developing a city-wide septic tank maintenance program. As required by law, … Continue reading

Posted in San Fernando | Leave a comment

Hard power vs. soft in the quest for Favela Urbanization

Guilherme Fragomeni is a SC Network associate in Curitiba, Brazil. Sustainable Cities  Network members Luis and Guilherme Fragomeni, alongside their colleagues at Vertrag Urban Planning are participating in the “Morar Carioca” Project in Brazil. This national contest will select 40 … Continue reading

Posted in Curitiba | 4 Comments

Vancouver Reflections

Sarah Grulke, from Melbourne, Australia, has been interning in our Vancouver office for 3 months. So I’m down to my last few days here in Vancouver, and it’s time to think back and reflect on all the fun I’ve had working … Continue reading

Posted in Vancouver | Leave a comment