Editors: Christopher City, Jennifer Hurley, Robert Inerfeld, and Jessica LeVeen
A digital version of this issue is available here.
|TARGETED ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, ITS ROLE IN MAINE ECONOMIC POLICY
This article examines the role of targeted economic development strategies in accomplishing equity goals. It argues that traditional economic development programs are insufficient for creating quality jobs, especially for people on public assistance. A Maine CDC is used as a case study.
|LIVING WITH THE LAND: THE CASE FOR CONSERVATION -ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT
Gimmons, Glenn; City, Christopher
Conservation Oriented Development is described, using the Saddle Mountain development in northwestern North Carolina. The project is a 250 acre conservation preserve with 50 home sites.
|CO-OPTATION OR CHALLENGE: HOW SUSTAINABLE IS FLORIDA’S GROWTH MANAGEMENT?
The article focuses on two new growth management efforts in Florida: Eastward Ho!, which attempts to revitalize Southeast Florida and protect the Everglades and the Sustainable Communities Demonstration Project.
|NEW URBANISM COMES OF AGE: NEOTRADITIONAL ZONING CODES
New Urbanist principles are outlined in this article. Failures of Euclidian based zoning are discussed, as are New Urbanist zoning codes and the creation of Traditional Neighborhood Districts.
|CASE STUDY: ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF TOURISM IN JUNEAU, ALASKA