The Way it Could be… Creating spaces designed for people – not just cars Source: The New Frontier of LEED – Piloting LEED for Neighborhood Development - the Greening the Heartland, St Louis, MO - June 2008
Educate, promote and collaborate. Change consumptive patterns by showing how we can maintain a great standard of living using less resources. Use tools such as LEED to bring these ideas to market faster.
2. Invest in green infrastructure. Connecting people, places, spaces and environments (SWM, Public Health, Climate Change, WRP)
3. Prepare for a post-peak oil world. Develop/expand multimodal transportation systems, reduce VMT’s, invest in efficiencies and renewables.
4. Transition from communities designed for cars to communities designed for people. Compact development, complete streets, mixed use, form, function, sense of place, preserve open space.
Renderings Courtesy of Steve Price – Urban Architecture The Way it is….
Renderings Courtesy of Steve Price – Urban Architecture The Way it Could be… Applying LEED ND Concepts Creating spaces designed for people while respecting the environment