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Green Century Institute: Green Community Network
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This relatively simple Green Community Network Map is a concept demonstration for a next generation mapping interface that is being developed under the auspices of the Green Century Institute. GCI has already initiated a full software development spec of this leading edge green 'metamap' and will soon be putting it out for development to the green open source community.

The current map gives a geographical access point for navigating across the internet to the websites for various green communties around the world—with an emphasis on communities in the Green Century Institute's local bioregion, the San Francisco Bay Area and Northern California. If you have information on a green community you would like to see added to the Green Community Network Map or any other ecological development projects that fits neatly within the map's current categories, please contact GCI through this site, providing project/community description and links in the body of the email.

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    Green Century Institute: Green Community Network

    This relatively simple Green Community Network Map is a concept demonstration for a next generation mapping interface that is being developed under the auspices of the Green Century Institute. GCI has already initiated a full software development spec of this leading edge green 'metamap' and will soon be putting it out for development to the green open source community. The current map gives a geographical access point for navigating across the internet to the websites for various green communties around the world—with an emphasis on communities in the Green Century Institute's local bioregion, the San Francisco Bay Area and Northern California. If you have information on a green community you would like to see added to the Green Community Network Map or any other ecological development projects that fits neatly within the map's current categories, please contact GCI through this site, providing project/community description and links in the body of the email.