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Looking for Utopia

August 25, 2016 by Laura Tozer

Picture: Hans TakThis blog was originally posted on What's Next, a web magazine accompanying the International Architecture Biennial Rotterdam 2016.CAN WE GET BETTER AT FLEXING UTOPIAN THINKING AS WE TRY TO TELL STORIES ABOUT LOW CARBON FUTURES?We...[read more]

How Can Louisiana Build Back Smarter?

August 24, 2016 by The Dirt ASLA

Louisiana flooding / Los Angeles TimesThe flooding that hit Louisiana last week affected hundreds of thousands of people over 1,000 square miles. The intense storm claimed 13 lives, and some 30,000 needed to be rescued. Over 60,000 homes have been...[read more]

Eco-friendly Ways to Make Your Asphalt Repaving Green

August 24, 2016 by Sam Wade

The concept of going green is not limited to a few sectors. According to asphalt paving experts, there are a number of eco-friendly ways with which you can keep your asphalt repaving or repairing ‘green’.Types of Eco-friendly AsphaltLet us look at...[read more]

How the National Park Service Should Evolve

August 23, 2016 by The Dirt ASLA

San Gabriel Mountains National Monument / Conservation AllianceAs the National Park Service (NPS) celebrates its centennial, it’s time to look ahead and think about how America’s national parks should evolve over the next 100 years. A new report...[read more]

7 Ways to Save Energy On Your Home When Traveling

August 22, 2016 by Greenhouse Gnome

Planning a weekend getaway to the beach or a retreat to the mountains? Regardless of where or why you are going, there’s one thing you have to keep in mind: your home’s energy use while you’re away. Many travelers don’t know how to...[read more]

The End of Automobile Dependence

August 19, 2016 by The Dirt ASLA

Proposed streetcar for Downtown Brooklyn / Friends of the Brooklyn-Queens Connector“Cities have been demanding reduced car dependence,” said Peter Newman, professor of sustainability at Curtin University and elder statesman of sustainable...[read more]

Do Green Streets Actually Work for Stormwater Management?

August 22, 2016 by Leda Marritz

Green Streets have become a more common feature of the urban landscape in cities and towns across the United States and abroad. And for good reason: they provide substantial value in community aesthetics, redevelopment, livability and environmental compliance. You may know from personal experience or previous blog posts that water...[read more]