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A comprehensive web site for people who want to find and share resources on sustainability, with a focus on Minnesota but of value to users everywhere.
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520 Lafayette Rd., N., 2nd Floor
St. Paul , MN 55155-4100
Contact Person: Paul Moss
Phone: 651-215-0243
Fax: 651-215-0246
E-Mail: paul.moss@moea.state.mn.us
Website: http://www.nextstep.state.mn.us

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Increasing numbers of Minnesotans recognize that a transition to a more sustainable society is needed if we are to leave a healthy natural environment, a prosperous economy and vibrant communities for future generations. Many individuals and organizations throughout the state are working toward sustainability in areas as diverse as agriculture, waste management, energy, manufacturing, retail, urban planning, economic development, policy, housing, forestry, education, land use and transportation.

To support this work toward more sustainable communities, the Minnesota Office of Environmental Assistance is sponsoring the Minnesota Sustainable Communities Network (MnSCN) and this web site. The goal of MnSCN and this site is to encourage networking, information exchange, and better access to assistance. This network consists of over 1,500 individuals, non-profit organizations, businesses, local governments, educational institutions, and other organizations in Minnesota (and bordering areas) who are interested in moving toward sustainability. MnSCN is open to all with an interest in sustainability. The site is focused on those in Minnesota who are interested in sustainability

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