TWIS is Shareable's weekly round-up of links from around the web that we think our readers might like. Read on, and add your own links in the comments:
Friday is World Commons Day, read about what's happening and how it came to be at On The Commons.
The American Planning Association has released its list of great public spaces in America, including one of my favorites, the San Francisco Ferry Building.
Common Dreams has posted Blue Planet Project founder Maude Barlow's plenary speech from the annual Environmental Grantmakers Retreat.
Richard Poynder has an interview with German activist Silke Helfrich on the state of what she sees as a global commons movement.
Authorities in Britain are using crowd-sourcing techniques to identify both road conditions and places that need more bike parking.
The Bay Citizen's Jonathan Weber predicts a coming surge of socially productive 'impact investing'.
An industry survey finds that more and more people are turning to DIY auto repair to save money during the recession.
In less promising news, some officials in Illinois's DuPage County have proposed banning meeting places in unincorporated residential areas.
- Wallace and Gromit creator Nick Park is holding a contest along with the BBC, the best DIY invention gets featured in the next film.
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