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Changing Direction: Transportation Choices for 2030

CNT
September, 2002

The general public has been excluded for too long from transportation decisions in Northeastern Illinois. Given the opportunity, the citizenry would fundamentally reform transportation planning to accomplish broader regional goals. The overall vision the public prefers would provide more transportation...Read more

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One Creation, One People, One Place: A Statement of the Interreligious Sustainability Project of Metropolitan Chicago

CNT
July, 1998

This project is a collaboration between members of diverse religious traditions to build a faith-based interreligious vision for a sustainable Chicago metropolian region. "One Creation, One People, One Place" is intended to spark discussion and debate within the 3,700 religious...Read more

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Using The Hidden Assets of America’s Communities and Regions to Ensure Sustainable Communities

Scott Bernstein
April, 1997

Is the continued migration of city dwellers to the suburbs an indicator of the low value ascribed to America’s cities? If so, that negative judgment is endorsed by score-keeping, ranging from the Census to the daily economic reports and news,...Read more

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Staying in the Game: Exploring Options for Urban Sustainability

Scott Bernstein, Julia Parzen, John Cleveland, Robert Friedman, Carolyn Hunsaker
June, 1996

“As part of a living system, we want to learn to succeed at being human.”

What is the purpose of this material? This material is intended as a resource to support the development of local and national...Read more

 

Public Facilities Siting + Transportation Access

Jacky Grimshaw
September, 1995

There are many people who, because of their age, mobility, or economic standing, rely on public transportation for access to essential services. Without access to transportation, and to the process through which transportation policies and plans are made, many citizens...Read more

 

Public Facilities Siting + Transportation Access

Jacky Grimshaw
September, 1995

There are many people who, because of their age, mobility, or economic standing, rely on public transportation for access to essential services. Without access to transportation, and to the process through which transportation policies and plans are made, many citizens...Read more

 

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