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Infrastructure as Permaculture

January 20, 2017 by Tyler Caine

The majority of the developed, American landscape has been crafted around automotive transport. As auto technology matured, increasing amounts of resources and area have been devoted to expanding and solidifying our road network. The result has...[read more]

Ohio waste authority sees sharp decline in use of recycling drop-off bins

January 19, 2017 by Waste Dive

The Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio (SWACO) has seen use of its public recycling drop-off sites decline by almost 50% since 2011[read more]

Sound Places: Chamber Musicians Take to the Streets

January 19, 2017 by Project for Public Spaces

Back in October, PPS provided you with a preview of how chamber music and placemaking are coming together in the unprecedented Sound Places program. Since then, program partners Chamber Music America (CMA), the Louisiana Division of the...[read more]

As Trump takes office, job growth is pushing GOP governors to embrace renewables

January 18, 2017 by Utility Dive

Economic development is changing the equation for wind and solar, but some say more work remains to ensure benefits are spread to all.[read more]

An Introduction to Placemaking

January 18, 2017 by Leda Marritz

Public space is more than just a pleasant amenity in our towns and cities, it is an important connection between our homes, businesses, institutions, and the rest of the world. It’s where we bump into each other and wave hello. It’s also where...[read more]

Who's responsible for making plastic packaging more recyclable?

January 17, 2017 by Waste Dive

In the ongoing discussion about whether manufacturers, material recovery facilities (MRFs) or recyclers should be responsible for the sustainability of plastic packaging, the answer still seems to be all of the above.[read more]