Urban Land - May 2007 - Feature
“‘Try it, you’ll like it’ is better than ‘Do this even though it hurts because it’s good for the planet.’”
The Green Quotient
Q&A with Hank Dittmar
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The office of Robert A. M. Stern, FAIA, has posted the full text of his address to CNU XV last week in Philadelphia.
"This is a golden opportunity for North Camden and the entire city. It could open the door for some 50 to 60 acres of new ( waterfront) development," Sadler said. (With spectacular views of Philadelphia)
S,O.S. Turn This $100 Million Single Use Project into a $200 Million or More With Proper Design. Official Plans to be PostedSubmitted by Michael McAteer on Wed, 05/23/2007 - 1:12am
Camden needs to take out an insurance policy against Campbell's Soup, and a mixed use campus is that policy.CNU members can help by faxing Gov. Corzine in New Jersey, asking him to wait before signing off on the plan until we have a chance to organize a presentation of a better alternative for Campbells and the city. Gov. Corzine also serves as Camden's mayor. He can veto any plan. As former CEO of Goldman Sachs, he will recognize the value in this NU opportunity once presented. His fax number is:
From Beaches to Pine Barrens, a Study Puts Values on New Jersey’s Natural Assets NY Times, Monday, May 21Submitted by Michael McAteer on Mon, 05/21/2007 - 11:51am
By PAM BELLUCK, NY TIMES MONDAY, MAY 21,2007
The report, by economists commissioned by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, tries to put a dollar value on the state’s natural resources, from the Jersey Shore to the Kittatinny Mountains, to places like, well, Weehawken.
Saturday sessions at the 15th annual CNU Congress kicked off with the morning plenary presentation of the much-admired Swedish architect Kjell Forshed, who contributed so much to the design of the cri
On Sunday, the last few panelists focused in varying degrees on environmental issues.
That surely gets the prize for the most provocative session title at CNU XV.
A busy Friday at the 15th annual CNU Congress was sandwiched between two popular plenary sessions. Peter Calthorpe’s evening presentation updated arguments for regional visioning.