“Pacific Northwest Changemakers”: Report Shares Stories of Community-Based Sustainability Projects

Mitch Thomashow, Sustainability Catalyst Fellow at Philanthropy Northwest, has published a report on eight different projects in the Pacific Northwest that are making a significant difference in their communities. These projects are re-shaping the way we think about place, community and environmental sustainability. The report gives the reader examples of policies, practices and processes to use in their own community within the Pacific Northwest and beyond.

Read the report here.


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