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Learn to determine what sustainability results to measure, how to measure, and what to do with the data.
Published by American Planning Association, 2012
Format: Streaming Media, 375 minutes
$169.00 AICP member
$191.00 APA member
$400.00 Group viewing
Pretty much everyone agrees that sustainability is good. But how should you measure the results — and why? Explore different kinds of evidence and what they show. Learn to determine what to measure, how to measure, and what to do with the data. See how measuring sustainability is driving sound decisions in communities across the country and how it can work for yours.
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Terry Moore, FAICP, ECONorthwest; Gerrit Knaap, Director, National Center for Smart Growth; Hilda Blanco, University of Southern California; Wayne Feiden, FAICP, Director, City of Northampton; Erin Simmons, Director of Design Assistance, Center for Communities by Design, American Institute for Architects; Dory E. Reeves, Professor and Associate Dean, School of Architecture and Planning, University of Auckland, New Zealand; Matthew Kitchen, Program Manager for Development, Puget Sound Regional Council; Matt Carpenter, Sacramento Area Council of Governments; Robert Liberty, Executive Director, University of Oregon
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