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“Many of our most critical global
environmental issues are rooted
in local, day-to-day problems.
Atmospheric and climate change,
for example, can be altered by
local citizens and government
officials making enlightened
decisions about local traffic
congestion and inefficient
land-use patterns. Local decisions
about such issues benefit all of
us globally.”

Mark Roseland, Director of the
Centre for Sustainable Community
Development at Simon Fraser
University, and author of
Toward sustainable communities:
resources for citizens and their
governments
.

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