This paper is designed to give you a taste of the work that planners do. It focuses on the concept of “community development” to identify the strengths and weaknesses of a community, in order to establish urban & regional planning goals for a more livable community. You will need to find and read your hometown’s… Continue reading Explain your ideal of a healthy/strong/successful community.
Redesign your hometown to make it eco-friendly and a better place to live than how it is now. You can use your own hometown if you’d like
Identify a dangerous or inconvenient area or situation at your job, on campus or in your community (endless cafeteria lines, an unsafe walkway, slippery stairs, a bad campus intersection). Observe the problem for several hours during a peak use period. Write a 450 word recommendation report describing the problem, listing your observations, and making a… Continue reading Write a 450 word recommendation report describing the problem, listing your observations, and making a recommendation for a solution.
This project is an Academic Poster in which you discuss both the broad topic of ecological connectivity and then present recommendations about how to maintain connectivity in the study location. **This requires GIS practical knowledge to complete. In the task, you will present the findings of the GIS investigation in a poster that investigates the… Continue reading This project is an academic poster in which you discuss both the broad topic of ecological connectivity and then present recommendations about how to maintain connectivity in the study location.
A core goal for this class is to facilitate your reflection on the topics presented in our readings. Sunday by 11:59 p.m. you will submit 300-500 words of reflection on those topics. I want to hear your reactions to the material and how they can be applied/seen in your life and workplace. Your entries will… Continue reading Your entries will be submitted each week through the weekly reflection journal link available in a weekly folder on canvas.
Describe the map “future residential planning area of Chicago” in website: An Open Letter To Chicago Answer each question; * Is it a reference, analytical, and/or thematic map? More importantly: how do you know? * This is a thematic map. A thematic map shows the spatial distribution of one or more specific data themes for… Continue reading How do you know this?
Canada based This will be based on location in Mississauga, Toronto Lower Base Line E (area of study is Ninth Line and Trafalgar) https://www.google.com/maps/place/Lower+Base+Line+E,+Milton,+ONfirstname.lastname@example.org,-79.7478044,15.45z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x882b682d24c3a819:0x695e06eecad2cab2!8m2!3d43.525404!4d-79.7436792?hl=en-CA 87M2G7G4+5G (43.5254040, -79.7436792) I can add pictures in the future but now refer to google maps/google earth. This is a single road with no light poles. not many speed limits. animal… Continue reading If it proves impossible to visit these repositories, try their websites for sources and photos.
You must write a short essay on the following topic: Define “sustainability science” by referring to appropriate academic books and papers. The essay should be 1000 words. Please include an extensive reference list in the essay and said reference list is excluded from the abovementioned 1000 words.
Reflection commentaries should be two pages (typed, 12-pt font, double-spaced). They should 1) summarize the main arguments presented in each reading, 2) identify the political and ecological processes or relations at play, and, most importantly, 3) make connections between the readings. Use proper in-text citations (APA style) as appropriate. Commentaries will be evaluated based on… Continue reading Reflection commentaries should be two pages (typed, 12-pt font, double-spaced).