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Coastal crisis: We’re running out of sand along Florida’s beaches—what’s the solution?
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David Dixon discusses the next generation of urban places at NZPI 2018
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International Downtown Association Report: The Value of U.S. Downtowns and Center Cities
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Community Development conferences and speaking engagements
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Creating corridors of opportunity: Urban design for community and economic benefit
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