Good question! As you are dealing with many more people than just a family, your efforts will yield some significant results. Below are a few options:
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“To go green” a town needs to develop the means to provide as many of its basic necessities as possible without the reliance of nonrenewable resources. There is a worldwide network of towns that are in the process of becoming self-sufficient communities. The network is called “Transition towns” and much information can be found about it at http://www.transitionnetwork.org. Interested and dedicated people in these towns have come together and formed committees with the goals of researching, designing, and developing infrastructure, practical skills and knowledge that will enable their community to function independently of globalism and oil. To follow in their footsteps, take a look at what other towns have done. Of course your town as unique and must identify its own needs and courses of action, but you can get ideas of what direction to head in and also build confidence that it is possible for a town to go green. Some examples of steps that towns have taken to “go green” include:
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