Resource| June 22, 2010
Top 10 Green Building Products 2010
Blog Post| June 21, 2010
I am coming to believe that each of us individually moving our money to serve more local needs is a necessary, but by no means sufficient step to get us out of the credit stranglehold. If we are to retrofit our communities in the way I wrote about in my last post, I am coming to realize that we must get behind thought leaders like David Korten. Korten is author of the book Agenda for a New Economy and a shorter article titled Why This Crisis May Be Our Best Chance to Build a New Economy.
Article| June 11, 2010
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac say they might not buy loans with PACE financing.
Article| June 9, 2010
Building owners in Seattle are joining forces to meet the 2030 Challenge.
Blog Post| May 26, 2010
With a recognition that the financial crisis is just beginning—making it imperative that we work on building a new economy as well as a new urban form simultaneously--it is my hope that Duany's short visit will help the public and private development community in the Pacific Northwest embrace the tools of New Urbanism—to help meet redevelopment and retrofitting challenges throughout our region in an era of “the Long Emergency.
Blog Post| April 23, 2010
My point here is that we cannot address community sustainability without addressing both the land use-transportation connection and some of the finer issues of urban design that allow people to get out of their automobiles.
Blog Post| March 23, 2010
Going native would help us recover native biodiversity and the ecosystem services that diverse native plant and animal species provide for free
Article| March 1, 2010
From living roofs to double-skin facades, the United States has much to learn about green building practices from the Old World.
Blog Post| February 25, 2010
Blog Post| January 28, 2010