Coalition Center for

Linking Communities for Regenerative Sustainability

A Web-Based Center That Cultivates
Sustainable Lifestyle In All Walks Of Life

Ever emerging environmental, social and economic challenges necessitate a lifestyle that fosters sustainability. Cultivation of a sustainable lifestyle entails continual learning and diligent practices. Such endeavor resonates with the CC4ES core tenets: comprehensive collaboration for systemic changes, community-based and empowered motivation, and establishing an environment for lifelong learning and practice.

Aligning with its core tenets, CC4ES WebCenter is organized in LEARN-CONNECT-PRACTICE infrastructure:


CC4ES classifies the complexity of sustainabiliy in six modules as below. Although all of six modules are interconnected, Environmental Justice & Diversity module underpins all others. Environmental justice is social justice. Sustainability is only possible in a society that champions justice and equity.

LEARN inventories and archives resourcess on sustainability by each of CC4ES Six Modules, serving as a repository for continual learning.

How to Navigate Six Modules
module 1

Environmental Justice & Diversity

We are all interconnected

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module 2

Environmental Literacy Fundamentals

Environmental health & our well-being

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module 3

Sustainable Food Systems

Sustainable lifestyle

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module 4

Regenerative Technologies

Mimic nature

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module 5

Sustainable Business Practices

Green on a large scale

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module 6

Resilient community building

Invest locally to build a resilient community

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CONNECT houses a compiled network list of organizations in various sectors relevant to sustainability. This list is dynamically updated, available for network maps integral in coordinating collaboration for collective shifts neccesary for resilient community building.

Majority of this list was screened and selected from the Providential Gardener's list. CC4ES would like to attribute to Susan Kortes of Providential Gardener , who created such a comprehensive list and continually updates the list



PRACTICE features CC4ES programs, initiatives and on-ground cohorts in practice. Although each program has its own specific focus, all of them share the common thread of being initiated, narrated and empowered by members of the communities these programs tend to. The programs include: