Green Condo Guide
By: Toronto Atmospheric Fund and Pembina Institute
Grant Number: 2014-11

Condominiums present a unique challenge when it comes to becoming more energy efficient. That’s why the Green Condo Guide was developed. It lays out ways condo boards or condo managers can make their buildings more energy efficient and save residents money. It also includes case studies of condos that have done upgrades and saved substantially.

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Placemaking By CURB Magazine
By: City-Region Studies Centre
Grant Number: 2013-15

Placemaking has become a popular term in policy circles for making a city, region or community more inviting for residents and investment, both existing and prospective. In growing economies such as Alberta, placemaking can help balance growth pressures with liveability, in addition to attracting new talent. But successful placemaking is complex, requiring the engagement of a wide array of stakeholders and going well beyond the branding and beautification exercises often associated with it. Housing forms and availability, community design, transportation, sustainability, local narratives and governance all weigh into the success of any placemaking initiative.

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Private Land Conservation Opportunities in Alberta’s Bow Valley
By: Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative
Grant Number: 2009-32

This report sets forth the plan, promotion, and implementation of a private land conservation agenda for the Bow Valley that will contribute to continentally significant outcomes for biodiversity protection, consequently sustaining the real estate property market over time.

Grant #: 2009-32
Author: Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative
Year: 2010
Format: hard copy, pdf

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Creating Intelligent Livable Cities, Presentation by Marilyn Hamilton.
By: City-Region Studies Centre University of Alberta
Grant Number: 2009-20
An educational program offering presentations geared to teaching Alberta communities about how to manage growth in a way that promotes sustainability, supports a robust economy, encourages collaboration, and improves the quality of life of its citizens.Grant #: 2009-20
Author: City-Region Studies Centre University of Alberta
Year: 2010
Format: pdf

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Ecologically Sustainable Industrial Parks: An Oxymoron? Presentation by Ramond Cote
By: City-Region Studies Centre University of Alberta
Grant Number: 2009-20
An educational program offering presentations geared to teaching Alberta communities about how to manage growth in a way that promotes sustainability, supports a robust economy, encourages collaboration, and improves the quality of life of its citizens.Grant #: 2009-20
Author: City-Region Studies Centre University of Alberta
Year: 2010
Format: Link to presentations
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Transportation Land Use Connection presentation by E.J. Miller
By: City-Region Studies Centre University of Alberta
Grant Number: 2009-20


An educational program offering presentations geared to teaching Alberta communities about how to manage growth in a way that promotes sustainability, supports a robust economy, encourages collaboration, and improves the quality of life of its citizens.

Grant #: 2009-20
Author: City-Region Studies Centre University of Alberta
Year: 2010
Format: Link to presentations

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Greening Roofs in Edmonton
By: NAIT
Grant Number: 2009-16

Report on the results of testing on three green roofs established in Edmonton. The performance of plant species moderately affected by the depth of growth medium in which they were growing. All of the native plant species tested survived the environmental conditions experienced in a roof environment.

Grant #: 2009-16
Author: NAIT
Year: 2011
Format: hard copy, website

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Sustainable Action Canmore
By: Biosphere Institute of the Bow Valley
Grant Number: 2009-05

This project was a pioneering community-based program designed to foster sustainable behaviour among the Town’s households. Combining door-to-door canvassing with the tools of Community-Based Social Marketing, the program enlisted residents to take action in one of four domains: water use, energy efficiency, waste reduction, and transportation impacts.

Grant #: 2009-05
Author: Biosphere Institute of the Bow Valley
Year: 2010
Format: website, ppt

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