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Earth Day 2010: A Pivot Point for Land Use and Community Building

Urban Land Institute
by in Blogs | Economy | Green

By Patrick L. Phillips Chief Executive Officer, Urban Land Institute The fortieth annual recognition of Earth Day finds the world of land use in the midst of change, much as it was in 1970. However, in terms of community building, where we’ve been over the past four decades is not where we are headed for… Read More →

From Eyesore To Eye-Pleasing, Rio Salado Has Changed Dramatically Over The Years

by in AZ Business Magazine | Featured | Green

Once an ugly swath of usually dry land that often served as a dumping ground, Rio Salado today offers the best of both worlds — economic development opportunities and a riparian haven for environmentalists. Options for education and entertainment round out the dream planners had 40 years ago for the Salt River as it winds… Read More →