Talk:Sustainable community

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Twin towers?[edit]

In the paragraph, there is a sentence about Wodonga, a community whose location is not mentioned. Context isn't given for how it has become a sustainable community, and I don't believe the reference to 'twin towers' is understandable. Unless someone can clarify, I recommend removing it. Not sure what the protocol is, so I'll wait a while first.

Lawt3 09:19, 29 February 2008 (UTC)


National initiatives[edit]

Is wikipedia a USA centric encyclopedia? If it's based on the language, then the United Kingdom has seniority. It seems like the unbiased approach would have neither be 'national' or 'international'. AnonymousAuthority (talk) 17:16, 14 September 2016 (UTC)