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Gwendolyn Hallsmith

Gwendolyn Hallsmith has worked on sustainable development in many different capacities, including positions such as Deputy Secretary of the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, the Town Manager of Randolph, Vermont, as the Regional Planning Director in Franklin County, Massachusetts, and as a Senior Planner for the Massachusetts Office of Energy Resources. She has a Master's degree in Public Policy from Brown University, and has had over twenty years of experience working on environmental issues. She is currently Campaign Coordinator for the Vermont Earth Charter and a Pastor with the United Federated Church in Williamstown.

Author's Titles

Creating Wealth

Creating Wealth

Growing Local Economies with Local Currencies

Communities everywhere are challenged by issues such as health, elder and child care, housing, education, food security and the environment. On the …

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The Key to Sustainable Cities

The Key to Sustainable Cities

Meeting Human Needs, Transforming Community Systems

Most of the world's population now lives in cities, but despite wide agreement on the core values of sustainable societies, municipalities are so …

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