Introduction: community voices: creating sustainable spaces / Sally Paulin. Pt. 1. Recognising community. Public engagement and practical wisdom / Michael Booth. Pt. 2. Giving community a voice. The participative route to sustainability / Janette Hartz-Karp & Peter Newman -- The WA collaboration: integrating diverse perspectives on sustainability / Nicole Hodgson & Kathryn Beselich -- 'They came because of the James Dean effect': ambivalence and youth participation in local government / David Palmer. Pt. 3. Acknowledging indigenous cultures and communities. Sustainability: a Noongar approach / Jess Clements -- The Parnpajinya project: reflections from the field in Western Australia / Natalie McGrath & Dora Marinova -- Wardandi: caring for country in the twenty-first century / Sonya Stewart. Pt. 4. Political ecology. The Giblett Forest rescue / Chris Lee & Leith Maddock -- Human forest flourishing: a community perspective / Patsy Hallen & Mary Frith. Pt. 5. Caring for place. Friends: environmental friends' groups / Margo O'Byrne -- Saving the Moore River Estuary / Roger C. Severn -- Stewards of Manjaree: children caring for the coast / Laura Stocker & Kathryn Netherwood. Pt. 6. Sustaining community business. Green skills: fifteen years modelling innovative leadership and green development / Louise Duxbury -- New environmental movements, community gardens and the not-for-profit business, Sustaining Settlements Inc.: an obituary / Aidan Davison -- Conclusion: encouraging communities to use the sustainable space / Sally Paulin
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