Sustainable development -- Pacific Northwest, Planned communities -- Environmental aspects, Globalization -- Economic aspects, City planning -- Forecasting, Regional planning
This is a working document and is the first product of an ongoing project focused on the existence of and prospects for Cascadia. The document is organized into three main sections. In section one we consider Cascadia from an economic point of view using the cluster model developed by Michael Porter and others. In section two we look at the Cascadia through the lens afforded by high speed rail. In the third section we revisit the questions that launched this study, and discuss the next steps. For those you new to Cascadia, we append some basic background information on the metrics and "brand" identity of Cascadia.
This technical report is edited by Dr. Ethan Seltzer
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