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The Local Identity of Smart Growth: How Species Preservation Efforts Promote Culturally Relevant Comprehensive Planning

The concept of sustainable development encourages practitioners to view national, regional, and localized growth in terms of environmental, economic, and sociocultural impact. Traditional planning strategies primarily address the...

Reuse, Restore, Recycle: Historic Preservation as an Alternative to Sprawl

Our country's landscape has changed dramatically over the last 50 years as a result of numerous governmental policies and subsidies that encourage low-density development commonly referred to as "sprawl." Sprawl results in...