Talk:Green Map

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Citations[edit]

I did a quick for third party references, and the first one I spotted was a couple of paragraphs in the May 2005 Audubon Society magazines, the Jan 31, 2000 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette also mention them. --Salix alba (talk) 17:03, 31 August 2006 (UTC)

Hello, yes thank you. There are indeed many third party articles, as well as many about individual projects, but none containing very much (up to date) information. It's also unclear whether any of them contain anything about whatever Mattisse felt was needed. A few more recent and equally fluffy pieces (from LexisNexis):
  RECYCLE, BUY ORGANIC, FIND OPEN SPACES,  The Boston Globe, July 16, 2006 Sunday,  THIRD EDITION, TRAVEL; Pg. M2, 287 words,  DIANE DANIEL
  Green map for county,  Western Daily Press, April 7, 2006 Friday, Pg. 6, 85 words
  The green map of Britain; the green pages,  The Independent (London), March 20, 2006 Monday,  First Edition, FEATURES; Pg. 42, 940 words, By Deborah Linton
  Mapmaker helps you find the green way around,  Cambridge Chronicle, September 2, 2004 Thursday,  CAMBRIDGE PEOPLE, Pg. 27, By Amanda McGregor
  Green Map System: charting and promoting healthier communities worldwide. Orion Online, May 2006, STORIES FROM THE GRASSROOTS
  Greenmap Neukoellnische Heide
  Natural directions: green maps for the environment
  adbusters creativer esistance (33) 04 
  Volunteers help put Seattle on 'green map'
  Make Me a Map: How Wendy Brawer put green on the map

--Belg4mit 21:44, 1 September 2006 (UTC)

AFD result notes[edit]

The AFD result was "keep". However the article does need cleanup of any remaining copyvios and POV issues as a matter of importance.

In accordance with Wikipedia:Deletion policy the copyright issues should be listed at Wikipedia:Copyright problems if they are not otherwise rewritten or removed promptly. FT2 (Talk | email) 00:42, 4 July 2007 (UTC)

List of maps[edit]

I've removed the list of maps since GMS maintains a complete list of the hundreds of projects itself, and including such here is both redundant and infeasible. The inclusion of some notable maps might be warranted, but other than the first NYC map such decisions are likely to fall under the dreaded "original research." --Belg4mit (talk) 05:25, 17 March 2011 (UTC)