Sustainable development -- Pacific Northwest, Planned communities -- Environmental aspects, Globalization -- Economic aspects, City planning -- Forecasting, Regional planning
This is a working document and is the second report in this series. In section one the document begins by reviewing the origin and definition of "Cascadia" as a named place. Section two includes a description of the Cascadian landscape, and the issues and conditions in both its metropolitan and nonmetropolitan areas. Section three present four strategies for growing, stewarding, and sustaining Cascadia along "ecolopolitan" lines. The document concludes with the next steps for this project.
This version, 2.0, has been produced by the Spring 2006 class and is edited by Dr. Ethan Seltzer
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Portland State University, "Ecolopolis 2.0" (2006). Regional Planning and Metropolitan Growth Management Research Projects. 2.