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Nov 7, 2019 by

Introducing Achieving Zero: a “how-to” framework and a set of tools to enable cities and sub-national governments (state, provincial, and regional) to achieve crucial emissions reduction targets in the building sector.

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At CarbonPositive ’19, Archite...

Oct 4, 2019 by

At the instigation of architect Ed Mazria, last week’s conference traced how carbon becomes operationalized in the built environment.

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At CarbonPositive ’19, Archite...

Oct 3, 2019 by

At the instigation of architect Ed Mazria, last week’s conference traced how carbon becomes operationalized in the built environment.

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These COTE Top Ten Winners Are...

Jul 10, 2019 by

Four COTE Top Ten awardees exemplify sustainable design and community value.

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Is Health the new Design Imper...

May 9, 2019 by

Pocket Neighborhood author and community expert Ross Chapin shares his ideas on tomorrow’s community design.

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Tomorrow’s Healthy Connected C...

Apr 24, 2019 by

Pocket Neighborhood author and community expert Ross Chapin shares his ideas on tomorrow’s community design.

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When L.A. Was Empty: Wide-Open...

Mar 10, 2019 by

[Translate] Nathan Masters   kcet.org February 14, 2013 Share on FacebookShare on TwitterSend EmailMore24Comment Early photographs of...

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How an Ecological Approach to ...

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[Translate] Books Architecture is the perfect medium to envision the sustainable food systems of the future. By Amale Andraos, Dan...

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“Resiliency” Has Lost Its Mean...

Dec 5, 2017 by

[Translate] Sometimes it’s better to adapt and retreat before the waters rise again. Mimi Zeiger  METROPOLISMAG.COM For architecture...

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Nothing Can Replace the Bodega

Sep 14, 2017 by

[Translate] By ADAM CHANDLER   NYTIMES Photo A group of friends playing dominoes outside a bodega in Washington Heights. Credit...

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Houston’s flooding shows what ...

Aug 30, 2017 by

[Translate] WET LAND NEEDS WETLANDS Share Written by Ana Campoy David Yanofsky   QZ.COM August 29, 2017 Since Houston, Texas was...

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Landscape Architecture in the ...

Aug 16, 2017 by

[Translate] J.R. Taylor   DIRT.ASLA.ORG Approaching the Japanese Garden Cultural Village / Jeremy Bittermann Portland Japanese Garden...

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A Village for Thought Leaders ...

Aug 15, 2017 by

[Translate] A visionary organization has purchased a mountain in Utah and is designing a ground-up public town that they hope will...

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How to Make “Music Cities” in ...

Aug 13, 2017 by

[Translate] The takeaway from this year’s Music Cities Convention was clear: if we want vibrant cities, we must start...

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Designing for the Moment Refug...

Aug 1, 2017 by

[Translate] A Seattle architect has created an award-winning guide for refugees navigating day-to-day life in American cities. Audrey...

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A Carbon-Free City Is Being Bu...

Jul 29, 2017 by

[Translate] DENVER — Can a city built from scratch be profitable to developers and enjoyable to residents as it tries to be...

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FIVE WAYS CITIES CAN FIGHT CLI...

Jun 2, 2017 by

[Translate] Shutterstock climate desk By Laura Bliss  GRIST.ORG This story was originally published by CityLab and is reproduced here...

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THE LANDSCAPES OF PRE-INDUSTRI...

May 18, 2017 by

[Translate] The Dirt Contributor LiDAR-generated hillshade showing terracing, household remains and field boundaries in present-day...

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The Urban Common Spaces That S...

May 12, 2017 by

[Translate] Environment We must protect the parks, pathways, and gardens that connect us to each other and to the ecosystems of our...

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TOPIC: THE WALL VS. AIA

May 10, 2017 by

[Translate] H. Woodward Middleton AIA 04-06-2017 11:59   Architects do architecture. When they slide out into socially inflamed...

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BUILDING THE WALL? BY ED MAZRI...

May 10, 2017 by

[Translate] Apart from building a wall or physical barrier along the United States–Mexico border that was conceived with malevolent...

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SERENBE’S NEW WELLNESS D...

Apr 30, 2017 by

[Translate] THEDIRT.ASLA.ORG  Jared Green Deep in the woods southwest of Atlanta, Serenbe is a unique designed community — a...

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SHOWING COMMUNITIES HOW TO LIV...

Apr 7, 2017 by

[Translate] The Dirt Contributor DesignWeek Greenville winning team / NCSU master’s of landscape architecture student Rouqing Ke...

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BOOK REVIEW: SEEING THE BETTER...

Mar 30, 2017 by

[Translate] THE DIRT   Aaron King Seeing the Better City / Island Press In her book The Eye Is a Door, landscape architecture...

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DENSIFYING CITIES COULD CUT EM...

Jan 20, 2017 by

[Translate] Shutterstock That’s according to a new study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. You’re...

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WHAT WE CAN LEARN FROM COPENHA...

Jan 12, 2017 by

[Translate] THE DIRT   Jared Green Copenhagen bicyclists / Citi.io In Copenhagen, Denmark, nearly 50 percent of people commute by...

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HOW TRUMP PLANS TO FIX THE NAT...

Nov 19, 2016 by

[Translate]   The President-elect’s ambitious proposal relies on private financing, but the plan has its critics. By Elizabeth...

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LIFE DURING TRUMP: PROGRESS ON...

Nov 19, 2016 by

[Translate] Essays By Edward Mazria We are facing two very different and defining moments in history: the ratification of the Paris...

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CLIMATE CHANGE IS UPON US. HOW...

Oct 15, 2016 by

[Translate] By Steve Cochran, Steven Bingler   COMMONEDGE.COM In his 1972 science fiction novel The Gods Themselves, which takes...

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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT COULD ...

Sep 28, 2016 by

[Translate]   By Tim Radford / Climate News Network  VIA TRUTHDIG     African farmers using cattle to thresh wheat in Eritrea, a...

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