May 02, 2016

Academic Investments with the Climate Change Generation

Colleges and universities need to begin planning for resilience. From saving lives to protecting long-term research, institutions should lead by example for the generation that will feel the effects of climate change in nearly every aspect of their lives. Read More +

Apr 19, 2016

Improving Health Through Mobility Infrastructure Choices

The planning, healthcare, and public health professions have all seen movement toward “healthy places” as a key component for keeping people and populations well. Appropriate infrastructure for mobility and transportation is crucial in creating these kinds of health-supportive environments. Read More +

Apr 05, 2016

Setting the Stage for Universal Design

New technology is paving the way for a definition of design that includes people of all abilities. A designer with a personal connection reflects on where we came from and where we're going. Read More +

Mar 30, 2016

The Sustainability Culture Shift: Eight Steps for Success

Developing and integrating sustainability practices into an organization can be a challenging task. As companies scramble to satisfy Ontario's newly introduced comprehensive cap and trade legislation, they can benefit by following some proven steps that ensure adoption and implementation across-the-board. Read More +