Disc* (Design & Innovation for Sustainable Cities) is a five week summer program geared towards currently enrolled undergraduates with any level of previous experience in planning. Participants conduct field work, develop visual communication, mapping and design software skills, and connect with practitioners and faculty in a series of lectures and seminars on climate resiliency, global
Next Wednesday (Mar. 20, 2013), the Sustainability Committee is supporting Passive House California’s one-day symposium on Building Carbon Zero California: Implementing Efficiency for Cities and Regions. Go here for more information and to register (see also Passive House California). The basic information is excerpted below with additional information provided for the main speakers. In addition,
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It wasn’t easy, took more than two years and it didn’t please everyone, but a plan to shape the next 50 years of development and preservation in the tri-county Portland area was approved Friday by the state Land Conservation and Development Commission.