Sustainable development -- Pacific Northwest, Planned communities -- Environmental aspects, Globalization -- Economic aspects, City planning -- Forecasting, Regional planning
This is a working document and is the forth report in this series. This document examines the implications for Cascadia of the new federal livability partnership between the Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the Department of Transportation. This new interest in the role that Federal agencies can and should play in furthering goals for livability and smart growth presents Cascadia and other megaregions an opportunity to articulate their own livability agendas in anticipation of new initiatives emanating from Washington, DC.
This version, 4.0, has been produced by the Fall 2009 class and is edited by Dr. Ethan Seltzer
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Portland State University, "Ecolopolis 4.0: Livability in Cascadia" (2009). Regional Planning and Metropolitan Growth Management Research Projects. 4.