Important contributors to the community's sense of place and built environment. Historical, art, music, legendary, non-institutional resources, monuments, organizations and places, even temporary projects may be included.
Groups and campaigns that raise awareness around the right to a safe, healthy and sustainable environment equally for all people, regardless of background, race, gender, age, where "environment" is considered in its totality to include the ecological (biological), physical (natural and built), social, political, aesthetic, and economic environments.
Place to contemplate nature or spiritual pursuit.
May be an organised religion's sanctuary or environmental programme, or a profoundly beautiful place, even an old cemetery or an 'oasis of calm' in a busy area.
School with an environmental curriculum, green building and/or sustainability practices. In some cases, there's a certification program from a Green Schools authority. May also indicate organizations, offices and groups promoting green school development.
Solid waste dump where garbage and soil are layered together, preferably in a properly lined landfill with a methane gas capturing system. When filled, decommissioned landfills are capped and sometimes eco-landscaped.
These cultural institutions are often landmarks and easy to find.
Focused on history, arts etc, they are not necessarily focused on nature, the environment or sustainable ways of living, social responsibility or other locally relevant criteria.