The 2012 meeting of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) focused on transportation policy and energy. DUSP alumna Coralie Cooper co-chaired Session 565, entitled “Climate Change Adaptation Practices for Ports, Airports, and Freight Terminals.” Search for the session here, about ¾ of the way down the page.
Ole Amundsen has recently published a book, Strategic Conservation Planning
Barbara Stinson tipped us off to the Community and Regional Resilience Institute (CARRI) , a multi-faceted effort to help communities assess, measure, and improve their resilience to a variety of threats and disruptions
- Keeping Jordan’s Privatized Water Sector Afloat …mentalpolicyandplanning.wordpress.com/2013/04/23/kee… #water #sustainability #jordan 3 weeks ago
New Discussion Area
Graduate students and faculty in the Environmental Policy and Planning Group (EPP) are constantly involved in a range of applied research projects dealing with energy efficiency, sustainable development, environmental regulation, collaborative adaptive management, ecosystem services, climate change, and water policy. The results of this research can be useful to planners and policymakers around the world.
- Balancing Benefits: What should be prioritized in energy efficiency policy?
- Water, Water Everywhere? A Method for Managing a Constrained Resource
- Keeping Jordan’s Privatized Water Sector Afloat
- How the Anti-Regulation Movement Threatens Environmentalism
- Using Utility-Community Partnerships to Enable Deeper Energy Savings
- climate change
- disaster management
- energy efficiency
- environmental justice
- environmental planning
- environmental policy
- international sustainability
- land management
- land use
- urban development
- urban planning
- urban sustainability