North Carolina State University’s Dr. Bill Hunt discusses how Low Impact Development (LID) and Green Infrastructure (GI) are the future of stormwater management.
Webinar Recording: The need for Storm Control Measures (SCM) and Low Impact Development (LID)
North Carolina State University’s Dr. Bill Hunt explores SCM and LID approaches from around the world in th...
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Connect with our experts as they discuss everything from resilience planning to managing infrastructure risk in your community!
Published: Tennessee – A Case Study In Creating A Resilient State
In Smart & Resilient Cities, Susan Marlow explores why communities wanting to become more resilient should anticipate and adapt to the stressors that new technology-driven transportation will bring
International Downtown Association Report: The Value of U.S. Downtowns and Center Cities
This groundbreaking study by the IDA, Stantec, and HR&A Advisors highlights a downtown’s unique and impactful contributions to a city's economy, inclusiveness, vibrancy, identity, and resilience
Community Development conferences and speaking engagements
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Building urban energy resilience through education: The E-Pop Park
How can spending time at a park today help ease the problems of tomorrow? At the energy pop-up park (E-Pop), visitors don’t just have fun, they learn about energy, too.
4 reasons microtransit is here to stay
From digital platforms to private-sector investment, the world has changed for microtransit
From the Design Quarterly: Healthy neighbors
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Four questions we must answer to design truly smart cities
For smart cities to elevate our collective quality of life, community-minded design must be at the center of the plan
Published in CityLab: Like People, Diseases Travel Fast These Days
In this CityLab article, Urban Places team member, Nels Nelson, discusses a broader approach to urban resilience to help reduce the risk of urban epidemics and the cost of containing them.
Realizing the benefits of largescale property acquisitions to reduce flood risk
Stantec is researching how cities can revitalize flood-prone neighborhoods, in part by treating ecosystems as service providers
What is the PIEVC Protocol, and how can we use it to build resilient communities?
Protecting infrastructure from climate change and creating stronger communities with a multi-step process
From the Design Quarterly: Sustainably growing food and community at Adams Crossing
Energy harvesting is key to planning a Net Zero community around a farmers’ market and small-scale agriculture outside Denver
In resiliency, if we’re not focused on data and technology, we’re in trouble
Data collection and its impact on our risk should be a no-brainer, but is it? GIS and information management helps give a clear picture
Can Caribbean islands modernize their way to affordable, resilient energy grids?
Storms like Irma and Maria expose the cost and vulnerability of diesel-based energy; renewables and battery storage will change the game
The emergence of health-focused rating systems
WELL and Fitwel meet growing demand for healthy workplaces
How designing to the WELL building standard helps human health
Buildings are more sustainable than ever. Now it’s time to make them healthier.
The future of resilience and the built environment (Part 1 of 2)
We asked our resilience leaders: “In the coming years, how will resilient thinking impact the built environment?” Here’s what they said.
2018 Stantec Urban Places conferences and speaking engagements