Education

Street sense

I always love using this picture when teaching urban desing and transportation and the means by which to avoid grid lock. cheers Brian Killin@Toronto ... read more »

CNU Illinois and Students for New Urbanism Host Pop-Up Design Studio

CNU Illinois and the Illinois Chapter of Students for New Urbanism hosted a successful Pop-up Urban Design Studio last week in Chicago. The studio gave students the opportunity to experience a peer-led charrette followed by collaboration with professional designers and planners. The selected site fo... read more »

Nature & Urbanism: City Creek Center as Biodiversity Engine?

Nature & Urbanism: City Creek Center as Biodiversity Engine? Please read and post comments on my blogs original site as well. There I have more design tools to create a better format. Thanks! ... read more »

LEED v 4 is open for comments

LEED v4 is open for comment until March 31.  This includes the rating system that CNU and the NRDC partnered to create: LEED-ND. ... read more »

Will Orlando, FL's Commuter Rail Be Primarily For Transporting the Homeless To "Psychiatric Facilities?"

Believe me, I'm just as alarmed at the title of this Blog as you are!  But in response to Alex Lenhoff's recent Blog titled: How To Revolutionize A City's Transit System an Orlando, FL Case Study..... http://www.cnu.org/cnu-salons/2013/01/how-revolutionize-citys-transit-sy... ... read more »

Watershed Restoration Webinar with Paul Crabtree

Since 2010, CNU’s Rainwater-in-context initiative has worked with all levels of government and other key rainwater players to encourage the formation of best management practices, LEED-ND rainwater codes, and EPA regulations that take into account watershed level planning.  Engineer, planner, CNU... read more »

Places Everyone! People and Pets too.

In memory of our beloved Josie, you will always be remembered and you will be in our hearts each and every day for the rest of our lives. May you walk with us safely, and may your story inspire those who have the will and the poweer and the committment to make better streets and places for people an... read more »