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Sustainable Planning in San Francisco
Sustainable City's advocacy for a sustainable future -- one that provides for the needs of the present without sacrificing the ability of future generations and the natural world to provide for their own needs -- is embodied in the Sustainability Plan for the City of San Francisco. Over 350 San Franciscans -- community activists and people representing many city government agencies, over 100 businesses, and academia -- gathered in working groups in 1996 to draft the "rough game-plan that is necessary for a concerted effort to achieve a sustainable society." In July, 1997, the goals and objectives of the sustainability plan became policy of the City and County of San Francisco. The plan is comprehensive and many people are working to reach the goal of creating a sustainable city.

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