Current thinking on sustainable human habitat: the Findhorn Ecovillage case

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May East

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Since 1996, the UN-Habitat Best Practice Unit and its network of partners have helped identify, evaluate, document and disseminate close to 5,000 proven solutions from over 140 countries to the world’s common social, economic and environmental problems. These success stories are contained in a searchable and regularly updated database known as the Best Practices Database. Best practices can be defined as initiatives which make outstanding contributions to improving the quality of life in cities and communities around the world.

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East, M. (2018). Current thinking on sustainable human habitat: the Findhorn Ecovillage case. Ecocycles, 4(1), 68-72. https://doi.org/10.19040/ecocycles.v4i1.107
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