1. HARRY'S STORY

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    Harry's Story

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    • The Nature Conservancy: Restoring the Escalante River (Utah)

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      The Nature Conservancy and the Escalante River Watershed Partnership are working together to protect Utah's Escalante River, which is the last undammed tributary of the Colorado River. The Escalante runs for approximately 90 miles, starting at 11,000 feet in elevation and flowing down to 3,600 feet at Lake Powell. The watershed supports a tremendously diverse ecosystem amidst the stunning landscapes of southern Utah. Produced by CHRIS CRISMAN in association with PACKAFOMA Director of Photography: SHEA ROGGIO Editor: DAX MACKENZIE ROGGIO 2nd Cam. Op./Prod. Sound Mixer: ROBERT LUESSEN Cameras: Canon 5D Mark III and GoPro Hero3+ Black Edition Audio recorder: Zoom H4n Post-production: Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Adobe After Effects CC More from Packafoma: http://www.packafoma.com

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      • Fujitsu and Post Office CSR volunteering project - brokered by Business in the Community.

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        On Friday 11 October, Fujitsu and Post Office employees teamed up to restore a disused playground located in the heart of Deptford, a project organised for them by Business in the Community. Together they aim to restore this overgrown and abandoned location into a magical space for all the community to enjoy.

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        • Philly Love Notes - Autumn Colors of the Wissahickon

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          Truth is, the park may be, as the Friends of the Wissahickon say, a “magnet for all types of outdoor enthusiasts,” but the attraction I have to the Wissahickon is its accessibility, and the quiet that I find once I’m there. Living in 4 different neighborhoods of the city has not stopped me from finding my way to the park. Personally, biking down Kelly Drive, passing Boathouse Row, and riding alongside the Schuylkill River is my favorite route, but the possibilities are endless. Using City Hall as a starting point, the southernmost end of the park is 6.5 miles away, just a 16-minute scenic drive on Kelly Drive. The park is also accessible by multiple buses. Or, if you’re really adventurous, you and your companion for the day could rent a tandem bike or a modern surrey to peddle your way there. No matter how you arrive at the park, there’s no contest—it is the quietest place in all of Philadelphia. It may be the perfect place for outdoor activities, but it is also ideal for journaling, taking photos, resting, or just thinking. Once you’ve walked deep into the woods on your favorite trail, having convinced yourself no one else knows about it, or you‘ve biked as far as you can go on Forbidden Drive, take a seat and rest amongst the trees or beside the babbling creek and I guarantee you will never want to leave. The sounds of Wissahickon Valley Park are tranquil enough to drown out the noise of city life, leaving you with just enough room to process the beauty all around. Camera: Rebel t3i Lens: Canon 50mm f/1.4, Sigma 10-20mm f/4-5.6 Music: Love In October - HEY!!!

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          • From the Foresight Studio: What Makes a Vibrant Community?

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            This week, Foresight Design Initiative Executive Director Peter Nicholson and intern Geoff Berkheimer discuss how to build more holistic and vibrant cities at the neighborhood level.

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            • Tempelhof Park, Berlin

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              Taking a turn in Tempelhof park on a sunny sunday in Berlin, I met some of its many fans: old, young, sporty and musical - the city-dwellers love it here. And I want to show you why...

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              • GREEN SPACE – Le jardin souterrain

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                GREEN SPACE – Le jardin souterrain Concept and direction : Barbara Nemitz (Proffesor of The Bauhaus University,Weimar) Bertrand Leveaux : Leiter des französischen Kulturbüros in Thüringen WEBSITE: http://www.uni-weimar.de/de/gestaltung/professuren/freie-kunst-prof-nemitz/le-jardin-souterrain/ http://www.ratp.fr/fr/ratp/r_98706/penetrez-dans-un-jardin-pas-comme-les-autres-a-saint-germain-des-pres/ http://www.institutfrancais.de/erfurt Date: 10 OCTOBER 2013 - 12 JANUARY 2014 Place: Metro station Saint-Germain-des-Prés (Line4), Paris (Music by Hurt Record: http://www.hurtrecord.com/)

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                • I Love Rural West Lothian

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                  Why do you love Rural West Lothian? Rural Connect asked a variety of people in many places across West Lothian - and this is what they said...........…

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                  • Career Interview with Becky Plunkett, Greenspace Officer with West Lothian Council

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                    Rural Connect asked Becky Plunkett, the Community Greenspace Officer with West Lothian Council to tell us a bit about her job.

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                    • Re-emagining the waterfront - Re-claiming the waterfront

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                      Today the city is disconnected with its own waterfront by a massive road. We what to change that, and connect the city and its inhabitants to the waterfront. Making clear physical and visual connections between the city and the water. As we see it, there is two ways of doing that, either conduct a mayor road diet that would allow people to get safer access to the waterfront, or we could simply cover it up. By putting a lid on the road, and cover up the trafficked mess, creating a new tunnel on ground level, making a new peoples park on the top, and a hole new stretch of buildings on each side, its suddenly possible to not only make a good connection to the waterfront and thereby putting people first, but also creating a new mixed use waterfront, with commercial activities at ground floor and residential on top. This creates a lot of new entries both towards the park, the city and the waterfront, which equals a natural surveillance and public safety 24/7/365 and of course a truly vibrant waterfront. The new continues waterfront promenade is then placed on stilts on the water, providing a varied edge with several areas with physical access to the water, and connecting New city destinations and Diverse spacial experiences, with water related activities. To mention some of these there are the all year around Ski hill, a Skater area, a houseboat area, a River Aquarium and Fish market, Urban Sea farming, a new Urban beach with a flip function for ice skating in the winter, a river tree forest on the water, a Floating stage for performance art and concerts, a Harbour bath, a Water gym and a Water laboratory.

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