Justin Hollander on Planning for the Decline of Cities
October 24, 2016
UEP associate professor Justin Hollander was recently interviewed on New Zealand's public radio station with regards to the strategy cites can use when planning to shrink in size. He examines how the practice of smart decline can be used for areas of New Zealand that are ageing.
UEP Welcomes its 2016 Neighborhood Fellows!
October 18, 2016
Please join us in welcoming UEP's 2016 Neighborhood Fellows: Mary Wambui, Bayoán Rosselló-Cornier, Maria Belen Power, and Abrigal Forrester.
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UEP's Prof Emeritus James Jennings and Visiting Practitioner May Louie have just published articles in the Trotter Review's latest issue on gentrification, "Pushed Out, Pushing Back."
October 4, 2016
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UEP Alum Caitlin Hachmeyer (MA13) of Red H Farm was recently featured by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
This was part of a project called Agroecology in Action, the practices and detrimental effects of modern western agricultural practices, and the policy and planning environment of both the local and global food system. Read more >
Julian Agyeman in The Boston Globe: Apps Don't Make Cities Smart
August 13, 2016
UEP Professor Julian Agyeman recently wrote an article in the Globe
about how the applications we use for our smart phones are not the end-all for bringing about change to our cities.
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