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States are Leading the Way on Brownfields: Georgia’s Efforts to Incentivize Redevelopment

By John Niedzwiecki, Staff Contributor

I. Brownfields are a large and growing problem for the environment. The Federal and state governments have responded in different ways to the calls for redevelopment. 2,737 more words

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Phoenix Park and CCMUA

As an Environmental Planning student, it is important for me to not only study the processes and procedures that take place within my field of study, but to also learn and experience these methods first hand. 510 more words


From Brownsfield to Green Space: Are You Part of the Trend?

Here’s a question for ASBA members: who has designed or built a sports facility that will be going in on top of a brownsfield site? 409 more words


Earth Wind and Fire - The Climate Change Debate Rages On

Source: No matter which side of the climate change debate you might be on, there is one thing for certain—pollution in its many forms does exist, and it originates from man’s bad habits and irresponsible actions when treating Mother Earth with care. 770 more words


Three Exemplary Design Projects for Civic Health

This is a guest post by Suzanne Nienaber of the Center for Active Design.

Over the summer, the Center for Active Design (CfAD) introduced the… 899 more words

Cleaning up toxic sites isn't always as good for the community as you might think

San Francisco has embarked on a project to transform its industrial southeast waterfront into a bike-friendly destination called the Blue Greenway. When completed, the Blue Greenway will be a 13-mile network of parks, bike lanes, and trails along the southeastern edge of the city. 1,118 more words