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Thursday January 01 1970

Dublin : first Greenway cycle of 2006

category dublin | environment | event notice author Tuesday April 25, 2006 14:57author by Dublin Eco City Groupauthor email fuspey at yahoo dot co dot uk Report this post to the editors

Everyone is welcome to join us for the Dublin City Greenway Cycle, we leave from mayor square in the IFSC (international financial services centre), docklands, Dublin 1at 12.00,

This time we will cycle clockwise, soutside first, and stop in the phoenix park for a picnic, as we usually do.

this month we will have an extended picnic and those that want to join up with the
Mayday Weekend Anarchist Picnic and Anti-Authoritarian-Assembly (http://www.indymedia.ie/article/75596 ), can do so.

we will also be visiting the holy well in the phoenix park, which the park is named after - pairc an fhionn uisce - park of the clear water

all on all, depending on length of picnic and gathering, event should take about 5 to 6 hours

according to the heritage council greenways are "shared-use routes for non-motorised users, (walkers, cyclists, roller skaters, horse riders) for pleasure, recreation, tourism and daily journeys." http://www.heritagecouncil.ie/walkways/project7.html

the botanic spine is the name of this proposal for a greenway for the city, more info: http://www.dublin.ie/botanicspine
botanic spine - a proposed greenway for dublin city
botanic spine - a proposed greenway for dublin city

greenway audio interview with Daniel Mourek, Czech greenway group, at first greenway cycle
links to more audio:

Dublin Eco City - how things could be soon
Dublin Eco City - how things could be soon

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grand canal basin - blackshamrock
grand canal basin - blackshamrock

greenway cyclists at the barge
greenway cyclists at the barge

Dublin Greenway cyclist along banks of the Grand Canal
Dublin Greenway cyclist along banks of the Grand Canal

author by dunk - Dublin ECG (eco city group)publication date Thu Feb 08, 2007 20:25author address author phone Report this post to the editors

thanks to more fine work from imc-ie we can now post PDFs, so here is the Botanic Spine in detail. If you are interested in finding out more about it, the thesis can be found in the library of Bolton Street DIT.

currently there is a discussion on EASA, about what I was partly looking at in the thesis: exploring the guts of the city and trying to come up for solutions for whatever problems are found.

over and out from the guts of Barcelona : Infoespai @ Gracia barrio

PDF Document Botanic Spine : an eco corridor for Dublin city 0.25 Mb

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