Category Archives: Land Use Planning

Community Land Trust Models and Housing Co-ops from Around the World

http://www.rioonwatch.org/?p=25423

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How smart cities are building the future

http://www.cnbc.com/2017/02/09/how-smart-cities-are-building-the-future.html

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Convergence of Systems: Utilities, The Built Space and Transportation

https://hackernoon.com/convergence-of-systems-utilities-the-built-space-and-transportation-ff0d880e0099#.fjkgw5adg

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New Circular Design Guide launched by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and IDEO at Davos

https://www.ellenmacarthurfoundation.org/news/new-circular-design-guide-launched

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The Seasteading Institute: We work to enable seasteading communities – floating cities – which will allow the next generation of pioneers to peacefully test new ideas for government.

https://www.seasteading.org/

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Is No Growth Also Smart Growth? Chris Williamson offers four arguments that planners can use to argue that “No Growth” policies are valid positions to take

http://www.planetizen.com/node/43

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