Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Carolina Planning Vol. 35 Issue , Summer 2010
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De Sousa discusses the evolution of urban greening, how it benefits cities, and the use of brownfields as sites for greening activities.
The authors discuss benefits of protecting urban trees, such as lower energy costs through shading and reduced greenhouse gases and survey tree protection strategies in over one hundred local and county governments in the state.
This article features communities that successfully integrated water resource management into urban sustainability efforts.
Cary, North Carolina implemented a greenway program over a decade ago; however, the city had no information its usage. Bush describes the method for determining greenway usage in Cary and for other communities as well.
This article discusses a framework for thinking about relationships between healthy childhood and the urban environment in such a way that the intimate scale of settings of children's daily lives are seen as a design opportunity within the broader context of city planning policy.