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Our current list of topic articles is in the far right hand column. An example of a fairly extensively developed CASwiki topic article is Food activism, but of course topic articles can be started off with just a few items of relevant information.

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There are articles for each topic for which some action ideas have been identified, or introducing action ideas themselves. Topic articles follow a roughly standard format including a brief summary of why the topic is important. There are many overlaps so some action ideas can appear in more than one article.

The information in the pages featured here is about topics from an international, global or generic perspective. The vast majority of the information about topics in CASwiki is location specific.

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You can view or share location specific information about topics of community action for sustainability via any of CASwiki's location pages



Rural sustainability

Genesis of the topic list

Most of the topics reflect issues of concern and importance common to community groups that were involved in drawing up Local Agenda 21 action plans across the UK, (mostly this happened during the late 1990's). Sharing has been added to the list reflecting the growing interest in this topic amongst currently active sustainability groups, initiatives and projects.


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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.