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Green community / edited by Susan Piedmont-Palladino and Timothy Mennel
Chicago, IL : American Planning Association ; Washington, DC : National Building Museum, c2009
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 3rd Floor  GE196 .G74 2009    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Green movement
Sustainable living
Sustainable urban development
Sustainable construction
City planning -- Environmental aspects
Physical Description xxi, 170 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents The sustainable city: a mythical beast? / Sir Peter Hall -- Round, round, get around: reducing transportation burdens in the green community / F. Kaid Benfield -- Introduction to connectivity / Fred Hansen -- Creating the planning and infrastructure framework for mixed use mixed income transit-oriented and urban-infill development / Jonathan Rose -- Sustainable megapolitan: how large-scale urban development can help green America / Robert E. Lang and Mariela Alfonzo -- Green communities and the redefining of community wealth / Timothy Beatley -- Finding common ground: historic preservation and green building / Richard Moe, with Patrice Frey -- Managing development to create sustainable communities / Douglas R. Porter -- Energy and communities / William Browning -- Energy and community greening / Thomas L. Daniels -- The spillover effects of growing crops for biofuels / Scott A. Malcolm and Marcel Aillery -- Green infrastructure for blue urban watersheds / Mary Rickel Pelletier -- Local sustainable energy sources / Erica Heller and Mark Heller -- Healthy communities, green communities / Howard Frumkin -- Atlantic station -- Climate change and public health / James A. LaGro, Jr. -- Toward sitopia / Carolyn Steel -- Food and community greening / Thomas L. Daniels -- The impact of the built environment on health- the brain's stress response and the brain-immune connection: implications for health care and urban design / Esther M. Sternberg
Alternate Author Piedmont-Palladino, Susan
Mennel, Timothy
National Building Museum (U.S.)

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