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Introduction to the Great Lakes Commons Map

Created on 08 October 2013
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The purpose of this participatory map is to give people a shared space to mark, explore, and dialogue about a Great Lakes Commons. This map is one of many tools being used for this larger mission and is indebted to the many individuals and groups in the Great Lakes Commons movement.

The Great Lakes Commons Initiative emerged from a recognition that fundamental change is essential if we want to create a sustaining future for our Great Lakes. Decades of activism and effort—and even some remarkable victories—have not resulted in thriving and protected waters.


More info: www.greatlakescommonsmap.org
Produced by: www.greatlakescommonsmap.org
Year: 2013
Language: English
Region: Global



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