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Sustainability initiatives[edit]

Initiatives by topic[edit]

Community energy[edit]

Wind power in Portugal - wikipedia:Renewable energy in Portugal

Community involvement[edit]

Cascais participatory budget, 2011 - 2017

Cycling activism[edit]

Critical Mass bicycle rides in Portugal

Education for sustainability[edit]

Centro de Educação Ambiental, Torres Vedras

Environment quality[edit]

ClairCity, Eu project about air pollution and CO2 emissions in cities, putting the power in the hands of residents to determine the best local solutions.

Food activism[edit]

Solar cooking resources in Portugal

Sharing[edit]

The People Who Share - Portugal

News and comment[edit]

2017

Climate Change Related Drought Bakes the Iberian Peninsula, Nov 10 [1]

Arid land to a fertile Eden: permaculture lessons from Portugal, Mar 7 [2]

2016

Tem um projecto para Portugal? Há três milhões no primeiro Orçamento Participativo nacional, Jul 18 [3]

Portugal ran on renewable energy alone for four days, May 16 [4]

2014

Lisbon ShareFest Brings Together the Portuguese Sharing Community, May 8 [5]

2010

Pioneering Portugal has radically reduced its dependence on fossil fuels. This year nearly half of its electricity will come from renewable sources, August 20 [6]

Resources[edit]

Video[edit]

Interwiki links[edit]

Wikipedia: Portugal

External links[edit]

Tamera is a peace research village with the goal of becoming "a self-sufficient, sustainable and duplicable communitarian model for nonviolent cooperation and cohabitation between humans, animals, nature, and Creation for a future of peace for all." It is also often called a "healing biotope". Literally translated, "biotope" simply means a place where life lives. In Tamera, however, "healing biotope" is also described as a "greenhouse of trust", "an acupuncture point of peace", and "a self-sufficient future community". It is located on 335 acres (1.36 km2) in the Alentejo region of southwestern Portugal. W

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References

This page includes Creative Commons Licensed content from the Sustainable community action wiki on Wikia.
The list of authors can be seen in the history, link via drop down menu at top left of page.

  1. @robertscribbler
  2. The Guardian
  3. publico.pt
  4. Geek.com
  5. Shareable
  6. presseurop.eu


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