Interview with Janell Kapoor

Janell Kapoor speaks about what the Ashevillage Building Convergence is and what it aims to do – along with how you can help out and be a part of the effort.

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Robin Cape – the future of Asheville

Asheville City Council Member Robin Cape spent the day with us at ABC’s town meeting and shared a glimpse of her vision for Asheville’s sustainable future.

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Julia Butterfly Hill – translating inspiration into action

Julia Butterfly Hill lived in a 1,000 year-old redwood tree for two years without touching the ground, as part of a successful call worldwide attention to the destruction of California’s ancient redwoods. She has addressed the U.N., Congress, and ongoing environmental and social justice issues around the world. Julia is the author of The Legacy of Luna: The Story of a Tree, a Woman and the Struggle to Save the Redwoods and One Makes the Difference: Inspiring Actions That Change Our World. Visit www.circleoflife.org. Julia gave the plenary talk at the Ashevillage Town Meeting, Friday, June 20th.

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Interview with Maggie Ullman

Maggie Ullman of the City of Asheville municipal government talks about the Ashevillage in Action event that went on in city buildings today – and a surprise for other city staff members on Monday

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Robin Cape at the Ashevillage Town Hall Meeting

Asheville City Councilwoman Robin Cape gives a presentation at the Ashevillage Town Hall Meeting on Friday, June 20.

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Julia Butterfly at the Ashevillage Town Hall Meeting

Julia Butterfly gives a presentation at the Ashevillage Town Hall Meeting on Friday, June 20.

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UPDATED: Flickr Slideshow

Dan Leroy’s project slideshow hosted by .Mac, with photos by Emmett McGregor had it’s link broken by Apple today as a result of Apple shuffling their resources around the release of the 3G iPhone. So we’ve incorporated them with the Flickr slideshow that we posted earlier.

Enjoy!

Ashevillage Slideshow

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