Stewarding Alberta’s Future Part 1 – Green Communities Guide
By: Land Stewardship Centre
Grant Number: 2007-17

The Green Communities Guide will be an essential tool to help elected officials, municipal planners, developers, real estate associations, stewardship groups and citizens develop strategies to conserve water, protect water quality, conserve valuable agricultural land, and protect critical open space and wildlife habitat. Through the guide, municipalities, stewardship groups, and developers will be informed about the innovative approaches other communities are taking to avoid, mitigate, or reduce the impacts of growth and development, to maintain the flow of ecological goods and services from their landscapes.

Grant #: 2007-17
Author: Land Stewardship Centre
Year: 2009
Format: hard copy

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Sustainability at home – A toolkit
By: The Natural Step
Grant Number: 2007-07

Sustainability at home is a toolkit that helps homeowners understand how to apply sustainable development concepts to everyday household decisions The toolkit covers an explanation of sustainability; questions to ask while making household decisions; concrete and simple suggestions for every room in your house; renovations; resources for further information and idea and more.Designed for Alberta, this guide will be useful for REALTOR®S® to distribute to new and experienced homeowners alike.

Grant #: 2007-07
Author: The Natural Step
Year: 2008
Format: website

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Community Consultation in the Planning and Development Process
By: Anna Bubel for Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues
Grant Number: 2002-26


An overview of the community consultation process from idea inception through development completion. It also offers information, tools, resources and encouragement to enhance the process.

Grant #: 2002-26
Author: Anna Bubel for Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues
Year: 2003
Format: hard copy

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Green Calgary formerly known as Clean Calgary
By: Your New Home - A Guide to Healthy Living & Environmental Cost Saving
Grant Number: 2001-34

Buying or Renting a New Home? Learn about improved home health and cost savings through energy efficiency, indoor air quality, water conservation and waste management. This guide will enable the reader to identify homes that offer a healthy living environment and below average operating costs. Included in the guide are checklists, websites and valuable information on assessing operating costs. The guide offers tips for assessing the health of a home and is a resource for both home owners and renters. More information can be found on the Clean Calgary website.

Grant #: 2001-34
Author: Your New Home – A Guide to Healthy Living & Environmental Cost Saving
Year: 2001
Format: pdf

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Your New Home – A Guide to Healthy Living & Environmental Cost Saving
By: Green Calgary formerly known as Clean Calgary
Grant Number: 2001-34
Buying or Renting a New Home? Learn about improved home health and cost savings through energy efficiency, indoor air quality, water conservation and waste management. This guide will enable the reader to identify homes that offer a healthy living environment and below average operating costs. Included in the guide are checklists, websites and valuable information on assessing operating costs. The guide offers tips for assessing the health of a home and is a resource for both home owners and renters. More information can be found on the Clean Calgary website.

Grant #: 2001-34
Author: Green Calgary formerly known as Clean Calgary
Year: 2001
Format: pdf

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Cochrane Affordable Housing Strategy – Building our Community for the Future
By: Housing Strategies Inc. for Cochrane Family & Community Support Services
Grant Number: 2001-16

A document which was created to serve as a long-term working guide to help the community achieve continuity in the housing continuum. It is divided into two components: the Strategy and, the Needs Assessment.

Grant #: 2001-16
Author: Housing Strategies Inc. for Cochrane Family & Community Support Services
Year: 2002
Format: hard copy

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Get the Real Dirt
By: Cindy Chiasson for Environmental Law Centre
Grant Number: 2000-27

A practical legal guide to contaminated land transactions and promotions.

Grant #: 2000-27
Author: Cindy Chiasson for Environmental Law Centre
Year: 2000
Format: hard copy

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Redeveloping Calgary’s Post War Communities
By: John L. Brown, MRAIC for the U of Calgary, Faculty of Environmental Design
Grant Number: 1995-15

This paper examines the housing stock of post-war inner city neighbourhoods and proposes a future in which sensitive and economically viable re-use and redevelopment strategies can provide new and innovative housing alternatives for the Calgary market.

Grant #: 1995-15
Author: John L. Brown, MRAIC for the U of Calgary, Faculty of Environmental Design
Year: 1995
Format: hard copy

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