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Planning Chicago

2013 Paperback
Chicago is the Rust Belt Metropolis That Could, the one that has not only thrived but shouldered its way onto the list of global cities. But what did planning have to do with it?


Smart Growth in a Changing World

2007 Paperback
The U.S. is in the midst of a crisis of energy consumption and environmental degradation, while our global competitors are investing in smart growth. Can the the country implement balanced transportation policies and natural resources preservation before it's too late?


Neighborhood Planning

1990 Paperback
This book shows citizens how to organize and create a neighborhood plan. Bernie Jones's detailed guidebook demystifies planning for citizens and clarifies the role they can play in planning their community.


Parking and More (or Less) Parking

2015 Streaming Media
Hear about groundbreaking new research on multifamily residential, mixed use and on-street parking demand.


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Innovative Parking Strategies for Affordable Housing

2015 Streaming Media
See new data-driven tools, hear about three innovative case studies, and explore community benefits.


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Redesigning Cities

2003 Paperback
Through detailed descriptions, Jonathan Barnett explains how design can reshape suburban growth patterns, revitalize older cities, and retrofit metropolitican areas.


Codifying New Urbanism (PAS 526)

2004 Paperback
This report will help planners create land-development regulations that make new-urbanist developments possible.


A Career Worth Planning

2000 Paperback
Whether you are graduating from a collegiate school of planning or an experienced planner, this book describes the realities and challenges associated with mapping out your career.


Reconsidering Ian McHarg

2014 Paperback
Ian McHarg's Design with Nature blazed the trail for sustainable urban development. But where did the trail lead? The author of Reconsidering Ian McHarg studied under McHarg. Discover his clear-eyed view of McHarg's lessons — and the road ahead for sustainable cities.


Urban Design Reclaimed

2009 Paperback
Emily Talen challenges planners to reengage in urban design to ensure that it supports diverse, sustainable, vibrant, and equitable communities.


Rural by Design, Firsthand Perspectives

2015 Streaming Media
Hear about six projects in the book’s new edition, from planners who helped them succeed.


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Urban Design and the Revolutionized Planning Department

2015 Streaming Media
Hear anecdotes and case studies about integrating an urban design section into a planning office.


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County Approaches to Sage Grouse Protection

2015 Streaming Media
Learn how four Colorado counties have conserved habitat for the sage grouse on private and public property.


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Strategies for Implementing Regional Plans

2015 Streaming Media
Compare Puget Sound and East Coast efforts funded by Sustainable Communities Regional Planning Grants.


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Nonpoint Source Pollution (PAS 476)

1997 Paperback
This comprehensive guide tackles one of the most common threats to both surface and underground water supplies.


Green Community

2009 Hardcover
Based on the National Building Museum's Green Community exhibition, this book is a collection of thought-provoking essays that illuminate the connections among personal health, community health, and our planet's health.


A Guide to Wellhead Protection (PAS 457/458)

1995 Paperback
Learn how to use wellhead protection programs to prevent contamination and avoid costly cleanups of your groundwater resources.


Envisioning Better Communities

2010 Hardcover
Randall Arendt brings his insights to a broader public, with a profusely illustrated demonstration of how local officials, planning commissioners, and everyday citizens can work to make their communities more attractive, more habitable, and more sustainable.


In Motion

2012 Paperback
Even a trip to the mailbox can be a voyage of discovery. See travel in a new light with acclaimed author Tony Hiss.


Reconsidering Jane Jacobs

2011 Hardcover
This book reminds planning professionals of the full range and complexity of Jane Jacobs's ideas and offers thoughtful critiques on the unintended consequences of her ideas on cities and planning today.


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