Dr. Bill Hunt and Stantec’s Jennifer Young describe what conservation efforts can manage stormwater runoff.
Stantec for Low Impact Development (LID) and Green Infrastructure (GI)
LID and GI are going to be the new normal. Stantec’s Jennifer Young and Dr. Bill Hunt explain why a good en...
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From the Design Quarterly: How systems thinking is good for our changing world
Today’s urban communities are challenged by crumbling infrastructure. As our cities densify, exploring systems thinking is critical to a resilient future.
Walking—our oldest mode of transportation—can inform the future of urban mobility
New technology enabling walkability also holds the key to enhancing community design
3 urban planning trends that are changing how our cities will look in the future
Urban developments are seeking to promote innovation, healthy living, and sustainability
Phytoremediation: What is it, and why might it be right for your contaminated site?
Put your plants to work as an inexpensive, sustainable tool to help you achieve site closure
We need to start talking NOW about shared autonomous mobility—5 urban dividends
Shared autonomous mobility can unlock major social, economic, and environmental value for denser urban places. We need to start planning today.
Published in Urban Mobility Daily: The Future of Bike Share
Bike share will play an important role in the subscription economy
Sponge city: Our urban landscapes have untapped potential to absorb stormwater
How can cities harness rainwater? It starts with making the decision to forget about paving—and choosing to lead with landscape.
The US Integrated Planning Bill: 10 steps municipalities can take to reap the benefits
Recent legislation will enable municipalities to develop integrated approaches to wastewater and stormwater management
Stantec named to Newsweek’s Top 100 Smart City Partners
List includes organizations integrating sustainable infrastructure, advancing smart mobility, and using big data analytics to inform policy
Feed the future: Human existence may depend on the success of the Second Green Revolution
How can we feed a growing world population that’s shifting toward cities? It starts with optimizing our use of land and water
From the Design Quarterly: 6 approaches to waterfront revitalization
How thoughtful decisions can drive the creation of livable urban places down by the water
Published in Global Water Intelligence: Coastal projects bring Stantec a flood of work
Green infrastructure and solutions a growing necessity to protect coastal communities from more frequent and growing storms
New certification from Passive House Institute US: What it means and why it matters
As the passive building movement continues to gain momentum globally, Blake Jackson breaks down the PHIUS CPHC certification—and what it can mean to communities
Redefining lost urban spaces: 5 ways to turn a laneway into a “lanescape”
Looking to enliven your city with a laneway revamp? Follow the themes of breathe, move, frame, celebrate, and inspire.
Published in METRO: 4 Factors to Consider For Zero-Emission Bus Fleet Transition
ZEBs reflect a global trend to modernize fleets, reduce greenhouse-gas emissions, and make public transit a cleaner, friendlier transportation option
World Cities Day: Here’s how we can build a better urban life for future generations
Our communities are facing unprecedented change, but we have the power to turn challenges into sustainability
Community Futures: think globally, act locally has never mattered more
Community Futures speaks to the most significant trends influencing our cities, from climate change to digital innovation
Published in Railway Age: Transit-Oriented Development, Philadelphia Style
The city’s compact, walkable character makes it a prime candidate for TOD
Sidewalk Labs plan is setting a precedent in its approach to mobility
Putting people at the center of mobility planning flips traditional models on their head
Design Quarterly Issue 07 | Adapting to Change