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Safe Passages for Wildlife (and People)

October 25, 2016 by The Dirt ASLA

In a session at the ASLA 2016 Annual Meeting in New Orleans, he, along with Thomas Woltz, FASLA, Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects, and Robert Rock, ASLA, Living Habitats, explored ways to improve connectivity for wildlife (and humans).[read more]

Leasing begins for Perch Harlem apartment building — built to Passive House standards

October 24, 2016 by Construction Dive

Dive Brief:Perch Harlem, a seven-story, 34-unit multifamily building built to Passive House standards, is now leasing, according to Builder magazineLocated in the Harlem Heights neighborhood of Harlem, NY, the project includes units ranging from...[read more]

For a green warehouse, start small

October 21, 2016 by Supply Chain Dive

Dive Brief:Executives looking to green their warehouses but discouraged by the high costs of the most proven tactics can make five cost-efficient changes to achieve a more green distribution center, Industrial Distribution reports....[read more]


Low Impact Housing for Cities

October 21, 2016 by Sebastien Miller

Low Impact Development (LID) is commonly defined as: ‘Development which, by virtue of its low or benign environmental impact, may be allowed in locations where conventional development is not permitted’ (1).  More understandably, this means...[read more]

5 charts that explain why more recycling efforts may not result in zero waste

October 20, 2016 by Waste Dive

The idea that U.S. cities and states could achieve "zero waste" if only people would recycle more has become a common refrain. However the idea that reducing consumption would create less waste to deal with in the first place hasn't quite...[read more]

Chamber Musicians are Placemakers, too!

October 20, 2016 by Project for Public Spaces

New Orleans street scene, 2012 | Image via Louisiana Division of the ArtsWhat do you get when you cross chamber music and placemaking? This is not a joke! The Sound Places program, the first of its kind, combines music, placemaking, and civic...[read more]

How Public Administration Is Leading the Sustainable Development Movement

October 26, 2016 by Dixie Somers

Over the past few years, public administrators have become heavily involved in discovering new ways to conserve energy and resources. With sustainable development moving to the forefront of the nation's and the world's environmental crisis, public administration has planted itself into the thick of the planning process.Dealing with...[read more]


How Can Your City Become More Eco-friendly?

October 25, 2016 by Ryan Kh

As individuals, we need to do our part to conserve energy and be eco-friendly. We can do that in our own homes in quite a few different ways. We can start with our energy providers. For example, it is easy to get Direct Energy rates, especially for Texas residents. Once you have access to those plans and rates, it is a simple thing to...[read more]

Designing a Greener City: Green Driveway Ideas

October 24, 2016 by Sarah Smith

The following are a few green driveway options that you can prevent these issues and create a greener driveway.[read more]