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Main Title Smart growth shareware [electronic resource] /
Publisher Smart Growth America,
Year Published 2005
OCLC Number 62207713
Subjects Environmental policy--United States. ; Regional planning--United States. ; Land use--Law and legislation--United States. ; Land use--Environmental aspects--United States. ; Cities and towns--United States.
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
EJBM CD-ROM HT392.S63 2005 c.1-2 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 05/22/2019
ELBM  HT392.S63 2005 AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 10/04/2010
Collation 1 CD-ROM : col. ; 4 3/4 in.
A library of Smart Growth resources for everyone interested in creating livable, well-planned communities. Immediately downloadable publications and fact sheets. Web site links to over 100 additional resources. Updates to the CD can be found at:
Contents Notes
Active living fact sheet -- Affordable housing and smart growth: making the connections -- Aging Americans: stranded without options -- Best development practices: a primer for smart growth -- Brownfields redevelopment: a guidebook for local governments and communities -- Building green infrastructure -- Changing direction: transportation choices for 2030 -- Charrettes: a community planning tool that improves public participation -- Coastal sprawl: the effects of urban design on aquatic ecosystems in the US -- Community mapping: using geographic data for neighborhood revitalization -- Compact development for more livable communities -- Costs of alternative development patters: a selected bibliography -- Costs of community services -- Costs of sprawl, 1999 and 2004 -- Creating a health environment: the impact of the built environment on public sprawl -- Creating great neighborhoods: density in your community -- Decentralization is costly -- Designing for active living and designing for active transportation -- Designing safe streets and neighborhoods -- Developments and dollars: an introduction to fiscal impact analysis in land use -- Does smart growth mean health children: -- Driven to spend: the impact of sprawl on transportation expenses -- Economic costs at a glance -- Enforcing the Clean Water Act: a tool for smarter growth -- Environmental characteristics of smart growth neighborhoods: case studies in Sacramento and Nashville. Improving air quality through land activities -- EPA smart growth presentation -- EPA's best of the best publications -- Farming on the edge -- From greyfields to goldfields: from failing shopping centers to great neighborhoods -- Fundamentals of transit-oriented development -- Geographic information systems: a tool for improving community livability -- Getting to smart growth I -- Getting to smart growth ii -- Greetings from smart growth America -- Growth and water resources -- Habitat loss at a glance -- Health and smart growth -- Historic preservation and affordable housing: the missing connection -- Improving conditions for bicycling and walking -- Inside the black box: making transportation models work for livable communities -- Land use and water quality -- Land use planning for safe crime-free neighborhoods -- Land vote 2003 -- Land conservation and water -- Local greenprinting for growth -- Local tools for smart growth: practical strategies and techniques to improve our local communities -- Mean streets 2002: pedestrian safety, health and federal transportation spending -- Measuring sprawl and its impact -- Measuring the health effects of sprawl -- Motor vehicle air pollution and public health: asthma and other respiratory effects -- National vacant properties campaign -- New thinking for a new transportation age -- Our built and natural environments -- Overcoming obstacles to smart growth through code reform Parking alternatives: making way for urban infill and brownfields redevelopment -- Paving our way to water shortages -- Pedestrian and transit friendly design: a primer for smart growth -- Placemaking tools for community action -- Planning for smart growth: 2002 state of the states -- Planning tools for your community -- Protecting the source: land conservation and the future of America's drinking water -- Protecting water resources with smart growth -- Public health in land use planning and community design -- Seizing city assets: ten steps to urban land reform -- Select smart growth publications -- Smart communities: curbing sprawl at its core -- Smart growth 101 -- Smart growth and community development: the necessary connection -- Smart growth at the frontier: strategies and resources for rural communities -- Smart growth for clean water -- Smart growth is smart business -- Smart growth myth and fact -- Smart growth schools -- Smart growth toolkit -- Smart infill -- Smart moves: transportation strategies for smart growth -- Sprawl is... -- Strategies for successful infill development -- Street design guidelines for health neighborhoods -- Taking charge of our water density -- Ten principles for rebuilding neighborhood retail -- Ten principles for successful development around transit -- The coming demand -- Economic benefits of walkable communities -- Jobs are back in town: urban smart growth and construction employment -- Mobility needs of older Americans: implications for transportation -- New entrepreneurial agriculture -- Revitalization of vacant properties: where broken windows meed smart growth. Transit-oriented development and joint development in the US: a literature review -- Transit-oriented development: moving from rhetoric to reality -- Transportation: the backbone of sprawl and smart growth -- Urban sprawl and public health -- What is smart growth? -- Why Johnny can't walk to school -- Why save farmland -- Why smart growth: a primer.