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Managing Urban Growth: From Boundaries to Blurred Lines

2015
Have urban growth boundaries achieved their goals? Study three regions that have used this growth-management technique.

$80.00

CM | 1.25

Best Development Practices

1996 Paperback
Developers can create vibrant, livable communities - and make money. This book demonstrates how with case studies from top-notch Florida developments.

$62.95

Pedestrian- and Transit-Oriented Design

2013 Paperback
More than half of Americans say they'd rather drive less and walk more. This practical guide shows how to make the leap from urban sprawl to smart growth and put communities on the path to a healthier future.

$59.95

Planning Los Angeles

2012 Paperback
Los Angeles isn't planned; it just happens. Right? Not so fast ...

$34.95

Transportation & Land Use Innovations

1997 Paperback
Ewing thoroughly explains the coming trends in transportation planning in nontechnical language accessible to both planning professionals and laymen.

$54.95

Zoning for Small-Scale Business

2013 Streaming Media
Microbreweries. Food trucks. Home businesses. Temporary markets. Small-scale commercial uses can lead to large-scale challenges. Get the big picture in this presentation. You'll come away with tools to plan and respond as these new enterprises come to your community.

$80.00

CM | 1.5

You Said That?!

2014 Streaming Media
Learn how to create memorable messages and speak with confidence in public settings.

$60.00

CM | 1.0

Retrofitting Corridors

2011 Streaming Media
Corridors are the arteries of community life. But how can you retrofit today's corridors for tomorrow's needs? You'll find a wealth of solutions here from adding bike and transit lanes to adapting to new traffic patterns and better connecting neighborhoods.

$80.00

CM | 1.5

Resilient Planning Agencies

2012 Streaming Media
Take a fresh look at economic development — what it means and how to help it along. Learn to spot community trends and get the most from new development opportunities. Find out how creative planning agencies are turning their communities around.

$80.00

CM | 1.5

Renewable Local Energy

2008 Streaming Media
What plans and codes promote renewable energy sources like wind and solar power? Look at the role of neighborhood-scale utilities and learn to avoid the stumbling blocks of community opposition and aesthetic concerns.

$80.00

CM | 1.5

Permitting and Standards for Wind Power

2008 Streaming Media
As energy prices and environmental concerns rise, what role can wind turbines play in urban environments? And what standards are needed to make turbines fit in? See which way the wind is blowing for this alternative energy source.

$80.00

CM | 1.25

Regulating First Amendment Land Uses

2011 Streaming Media
Sex businesses. Signs. RLUIPA challenges. Takings claims. First Amendment issues can set up a minefield for land use regulation. Are you ready to navigate it?

$225.00

CM | 4.0
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Planning for Solar Energy

2011 Streaming Media
How are communities dealing with solar panels, light access, and other issues? Can communities reduce greenhouse gases and still meet their energy needs? See how cities from Minneapolis to San Jose are plugging into solar energy.

$80.00

CM | 1.5

Regulation of Nonconforming Uses

2006 Streaming Media
Where do nonconforming uses come from? How do you bring these properties into line with current community needs? Learn how to navigate the legal process without stepping on vested rights.

$80.00

CM | 1.25

Adapting Cities to Climate Change

2012 Streaming Media
As sea levels rise, cities and smaller communities face mounting hazards. What can we expect from climate change — and how can we adapt to it? Take a look at what's ahead for land and infrastructure. Check out the forecast for the environment and the economy. You’ll learn about the latest research and how it's helping planners prepare for the future.

$80.00

CM | 1.5

Designing for Water Conservation

2009 Streaming Media
Water resources are drying up around the country. Find out how to protect your community's natural and built environment through local hydrology. Tap expert knowledge about groundwater resources. Learn how landscaping regulations can control runoff, minimize water use, and maximize the benefit from every drop of water.

$80.00

CM | 1.5

Design Guidelines for Historic Neighborhoods

2012 Streaming Media
Most historic neighborhoods have a mix of styles, periods, and uses. How do you decide what to save from the past and what to add for the future?

$60.00

CM | 1.0

Comparative Costs of Sprawl

2008 Streaming Media
Growth controls are supposed to produce savings. But do they? New research asks whether growth controls really work — and whether they also hold down costs. Learn about the leading studies and their results.

$225.00

CM | 3.75

Climate Change and Big City Planning

2008 Streaming Media
Learn how big city planning directors are addressing climate change. Their in-depth discussion will help you find effective responses to greenhouse gas and energy challenges.

$80.00

CM | 1.25

Design Standards that Shape Urban Form

2007 Streaming Media
For a long time, design templates and standards have helped planners shape the city. Over the past 20 years, new design models have influenced planning in places like Vancouver, Chicago, and New York. What paradigms have planners used, and how have these approaches changed over time? See the patterns and scope out the shape of things to come.

$80.00

CM | 1.25

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