Graphic Standards Manual
Below is a link to the Greenbelt Graphic Standards Manual. This manual was prepared and provided by Manifest Communications Inc.
Graphic Standards Manual (2MB) For the 29 MB high resolution manual, please contact the Foundation.
Following is a set of links to directories of logos. This material was prepared and provided by Bruce Mau Design and Manifest Communications Inc.
Greenbelt 5th Anniversary Crest
Following is a link to download the crest. This material was prepared and provided by Corktown Communications.
This map was modified and provided by Peter Sibbald Brown.
As a Foundation, we are interested in supporting our grantees and seeing them succeed.
We measure our results and the work done through the grants program to ensure accountability: the Foundation’s accountability to the public with respect to the responsible and effective use of its resources and organizational accountability of grantees to the Foundation regarding efforts to achieve stated goals. Useful methods to effectively measure results were presented at our 2009 Grantee Forum by Kevin Yousie of Crosswater Partners Ltd.
Global Greenbelt Conference Presentations
Below are the presentations from the speakers at our Conference Greenbelts: Local Solutions for Global Challenges.
Wednesday March 23, 2011
International Perspectives on Greenbelts and their Possibilities I
Greenbelts, Green Wedges or Disputed Ground: Melbourne and its Hinterlands, John Ginivan, Australia
Sao Paulo City Greenbelt Biosphere Reserve: A Platform for Integrated Sustainable Management, Rodrigo Victor, Brazil
Sustaining Rural Vitality
Challenges and Opportunities of Europe's Peri-Urban Areas: The Experience of the PURPLE Network, Lenie Dwarshuis-van de Beek, Netherlands
Green Zone 2025: Unleashing the Potential of Rural Merseyside, Rob Hindle, United Kingdom
The Changing Landscape of Farming
Making the Most of Geography: Putting the Greenbelt's Holland Marsh on the Map, Jamie Reaume, Ontario
Local Sustainable Farming for Successful Greenbelts: The Local Food Plus Approach, Lori Stahlbrand, Ontario
Incorporating the Economic Benefits of Greenbelts into Decision Making
Designing the Optimum Landscape, Dr. Wim Heijmans, Netherlands
The Value of Ecological Goods and Services in the Credit River Watershed: The Implications for Greenbelt Restoration, Mike Puddister and Tatiana Koveshnikova
Natural Economy Northwest: The Socio-Economic Benefits of Investment in Greenbelt Infrastructure, Dr. Will Williams, United Kingdom
International Perspectives on Greenbelts and their Possibilities II
Designing Multifunctional Landscapes: The Greenbelt Approach in the Warsaw Metropolitan Area, Dr. Agata Cieszewska, Poland
The German and European Green Belt: Borders Seperate, Nature Unites, Dr. Liana Geidezis, Germany
Grow Smart: The San Francisco Bay Area Vision, Stephanie Reyes, United States
Thursday March 24, 2011
Enhancing Ecosystems and Biodiversity
Re-naturalization of the Regge River: Reaching Water Management and Biodiversity Goals in the Netherlands, Cheryl de Boer, Netherlands
Ontario's Greenbelt and Great Lakes Basin, Dr. Gail Krantzberg, Ontario
Green Infrastructure: Planning for the Liverpool City Region, Paul Nolan, United Kingdom
From Death Zone to Life Line: Implementing the German Green Belt, Dr. Uwe Riecken, Germany
Everyone's Greenbelt: Reaching Out to Diverse Communities
Ethnic Food Guides: A Buy Local Campaign, Franz Hartmann, Ontario
Greenbelt Connections: Linking Urban Ethno-Cultural Communities, Peter Mitchell, Ontario
Engaging Diverse Communities in Smart Growth Planning, Stephanie Reyes, United States
Supporting a New Generation of Farmers, Sri Sethuratanam, Ontario
Infrastructure Development and Greenbelts
A Green Infrastructure Strategy for Ontario's Greenbelt and Beyond, Steve Peck, Ontario
Slicing the Green Wedges: The Copenhagen Open Space Infrastructure Projects, Dr. Henrik Vejre, Denmark
Regional Governance and Integrated Planning in the Hauge, Marcel Houtzager, Netherlands
Developing a Regional Consensus for Conservation and Smart Growth in the San Francisco Bay Area, Ken Kirkey, United States
Governing Ontario's Greenbelt: Possibility Grows Here, Dr. Pamela Robinson, Ontario
The Balkan Greenbelt: Transboundary Cooperation for Nature Conservation, Gabriel Schwaderer, Germany
Connecting People to Greenbelts
Experience Green Belt: Connecting Nature, People and History, Dr. Uwe Riecken, Germany
Engaging Youth in the Sao Paulo City Green Belt Biosphere Reserve, Rodrigo Victor, Brazil
Using Local Food to Engage People, Pam Warhurst, United Kingdom
Improving Urban Food Access
From Field to Table: Increasing Connections between Local Farmers and People in the City, Debbie Field, Ontario
The VicHealth Food For All Program: Building Capacity to Address Food Secuirty, Dr. Trevor Budge, Australia
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