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2013/14 Convenor’s report… sort of.

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Albany Pitcher Plant – Cephalotus follicularis   Regular convenor’s reports are a review of the past year’s activities, with some sort of rallying call for t Read More
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  • Date Added: Aug 7, 2013
  • By Albany Community Environment Centre
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Overdevelopment

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The rapid expansion of urban communities and road construction have had a serious environmental impact on natural ecosystems. Tempering overdevelopment, as this problem is often ca Read More
Sustainable Urban Development

Sustainable Urban Development

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Sustainable Urban Development, Inc. is an ethical non-profit that builds sustainable, low to moderate income communities with the vision to inspire and lift blighted neighborhoods Read More

Quick! Drop everything and get into town to see this year’s Wildflower Show!

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Take an hour out of your busy schedules today to admire the fantastic display that the Albany branch of the Wildflower Society has put together this year. It’s in that church Read More
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  • Date Added: Sep 23, 2010
  • By Albany Community Environment Centre

City of Albany Strategic Plan Review

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I urge all ACEC members to think deeply about the kind of city you’d like Albany to be, and then….  go to this web address to complete the City’s survey abou Read More
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  • Date Added: May 26, 2011
  • By Albany Community Environment Centre

Save our cockatoos from starvation | Conservation Council of Western Australia

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Save our cockatoos from starvation | Conservation Council of Western Australia. Read More
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  • Date Added: Jan 19, 2012
  • By Albany Community Environment Centre

What does a sustainable population for South East Queensland look like?

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This breakfast forum explores population issues for South East Queensland with a very diverse panel of experts to debate the topic. Read More
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