Browse Dept. of Urban and Regional Planning by Subject "Sustainability"
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Building a Sustainable Future without Borders: Farmer's Market Design-Build and Relocation Plan with Multidiciplinary Actions (2012)A collaborative effort by students in Urban & Regional Planning, Landscape Architecture and Architecture worked together on a sustainable design-build project for a Farmers Market relocation plan for La Asociacion Agricultural. ...
Comparative planning in practice: identifying the cultural and behavioral barriers to learning from international sustainability solutions (2016-07-15)This dissertation is composed of three separate but related papers that address if and how practicing planners can identify the cultural and behavioral barriers to learning from international sustainability solutions. ...
Examining the effectiveness of voluntary coordination among local governments: evidence from a regional land use planning process (2013-08-22)Regional planning in a framework of voluntary governance has been portrayed as a way to address the fragmented development priorities of local jurisdictions. The Sacramento region’s Blueprint has been identified as an ...
(2008)As the interactions between economic and environmental systems are becoming stronger, regional economic modeling is necessary to reflect the recent structural changes of economy and the nature of environmental component. ...
(2009)This project examines how local urban planning practice has been influenced by the concept of sustainability -- currently defined as a balance among economic, environmental and social equity concerns in planning and ...