Barriers to LID and leed LEED Internet Resource guide 20110303


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Previous research into sustainable development practices to safeguard water quality have led me to research a presentation on barriers to implementing LID and LEED construction. The bibliography includes hyperlinks to EPA documents, as well as other resources, pertaining to air quality, water quality, conservation subdivisions, LEED, and LID.

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Barriers to LID and leed LEED Internet Resource guide 20110303

  1. 1. Resource Guide “Barriers to LEED and LID” PresentationArendt, Randall. "Growing Greener: Putting Conservation into Local Plans andOrdinances", Author-Randall Arendt. Natural Lands Trust. American PlanningAssociation. American Society of Landscape Architects. 1999 Natural Lands Trust.Island Press.Barlow, Maude “Our Water Commons: Toward a new freshwater narrative.” TheCouncil of Canadians and,, Hannah Elizabeth. “Form-based Solutions for Watershed Protection: ACase Study of the Jordan Lake Nutrient Strategy in North Carolina, University ofNorth Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of City and Regional Planning. (2009), Phillip R, et al. “Greening Development to Protect Watersheds: Does NewUrbanism Make a Difference?” Journal of the American Planning Association,Autumn 2003, Volume 69, Number 4Bistany, Andrea S. “The Fifth Paradigm Has Arrived,” Water, Environment, &Technology, January 2008, Volume 20, Number 1, (Last accessed 9/8/2009.)Bosworth, Kimberly. “Conservation Subdivision Design: Perception and Reality,”University of Michigan (2007), G. (ed) “Our Common future: The World Commission on Environmentand Development” United Nations December 11, 1987 County Low Impact Design Guidance Manual (Undated) County, North Carolina “Lockwood Folly River Water Quality Study –Lockwood Folly Watershed roundtable” 1 of 7
  2. 2. Resource Guide “Barriers to LEED and LID” PresentationCenter for Watershed Protection (CWP.) “Use of Open Space Design to ProtectWatersheds, Article 51 Hill, Inc.,“A Nutrient Credit Trading Framework for the Jordan LakeWatershed: Using Market-based Mechanisms to Make Watershed RestorationMore Cost Effective,” February 2009 (From the Cape Fear River assemblyWebsite )Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA) – Office of Smart Growth. 2004“Water Efficient Landscape Design: A Model Ordinance for Colorado’scommunities utilizing a water conservation-oriented planning approach.”( Last accessed 9/16/2009)Delaware Department of Natural Resources & The Environmental ManagementCenter of the Brandywine Conservancy. “Conservation Design for StormwaterManagement: A Design Approach to Reduce Stormwater Impacts from LandDevelopment and Achieve Multiple Objects Related to Land Use,” September1997. “Appendix B: The Relationship between Residential DevelopmentPatterns and Effects on Stormwater and Wastewater,” Prepared for the NationalAssociation of Homebuilders, August 29, 2008 Aquatic Habitat Conservation Plan. “Conservation SubdivisionOrdinance,” July 13,, F.A., Knox, J.C., and Schubauer-Berigan, J.P., 2009, Channel, floodplain, and wetland responses to fl oods and overbank sedimentation, 1846–2006, Halfway Creek Marsh, Upper Mississippi Valley, Wisconsin, in James, L.A.,Rathburn, S.L., and Whittecar, G.R., eds., Management and Restoration of FluvialSystems with Broad Historical Changes and Human Impacts: Geological Societyof America Special Paper 451, p. 23–42.Haughey, Richard M. “Higher Density Development – Myth and Fact”Washington,DC: ULI – The Urban land Institute (2005)Horner, Richard R, et al (2002) “Hydrologic Monitoring of the Seattle Ultra-UrbanStormwater Management Projects,” Department of Civil and Environmental 2 of 7
  3. 3. Resource Guide “Barriers to LEED and LID” PresentationEngineering University of Washington, Matthew and William Hunt. “Performance of Rainwater HarvestingSystems in the Southeastern United States.” Resources, Conservation, andRecycling (In Review) (2009)Kravcik, J. et al “Water for the Recovery of the Climate: A New Water Paradigm”, John T. “River Phosphorus Drops after P-Free Fertilizer Ordinance,”Stormwater, November 3, 2008 Center. “Evaluating the Effectiveness of restored wetlands for reducingnutrient losses from agricultural watershed,” Progress Report Volume 13, 2004Locklear, Henrietta H. P. “Washington State Decision Makes LID Mandatory –Communities examine the definition of where feasible.” Stormwater Magazine,July-August 2009Maryland Governor’s Office of Smart Growth. “Driving Urban Environments:Smart Growth Parking Best Practices” Land Trust, Conservation Easement Activity in Minnesota, January2009,, Norm “Does Green Pay Off” (2008) Costar Group, Norm “Does Green Still Pay Off” Costar Group (2010) Department of Natural Resources (2008) “Minimum Standards forConservation Easements Acquired with Public Money”, Paul. “The Scientific Justification for Stream Buffers” University ofGeorgia Land Use Clinic, Spring 2006 3 of 7
  4. 4. Resource Guide “Barriers to LEED and LID” Presentation Lastchecked 03/03/2011Mudari, David. “Public Health Consequences and Cost of Climate Change Impactson Indoor Environments” January 2010 (Last ViewdNAHB Research Center, Inc. “Environmentally Green … Economically Green:Tools for a Green Land Development Program,” July 2001/ Lands Trust. “Growing Greener – Conservation by Design”, Ernie and Kristin Lee “Appendix B: The Relationship between ResidentialDevelopment patterns and the effects on Stormwater.” EcoNorthwest 8/29/2008 Coastal Services Center, Alternatives for Coastal Development: One Site,Three Scenarios, Carolina Cooperative Extension. “Low Impact Design – A Guidebook forNorth Carolina,” June 2009 Carolina State University, “Keeping it Green Downstream” RESULTSSummer 2009 Georgia Regional Development Center. “Alcovy River WatershedProtection,” Chapter Seven: Conservation Subdivisions Illinois Planning Commission. “Conservation Design Resource Manual:Language and Guidelines for Updating Local Ordinances,” March 2003, Dr. Vladamir. “Cities of the Future – Creating Blue Water for GreenCities” Center for Urban Environmental Studies Northeastern University, Boston,M/assachusetts (2006) (Last viewed 3/3/2011) 4 of 7
  5. 5. Resource Guide “Barriers to LEED and LID” PresentationPennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. “GrowingGreener: Conservation by Design.” (Last viewed 3/3/2011)Prince George’s County. “Low Impact Design Strategies – An Integrated DesignApproach,” June 1999, Rick; Saved By Development (Arje Press, 1997)Pruetz, Rick and Erica Pruetz. “Transfer of Development Rights Turns 40,”American Planning Association – Planning and Environmental Law , Volume 59,Number 6, June 2007 (From Rick Pruetz’s website – last accessed 10/12/2009) , Dänika Rain. ”Hydrozone Design: Resources in Support of Water-Conserving Landscape Ordinance Design Requirements” Department ofLandscape Architecture University of Florida, Spring 2005, Andrew J; “Volume based Hydrology: Examining the shift in focus frompeak flows and pollution treatment to mimicking predevelopment volumes,”Stormwater, September 2009. (last accessed 9/8/2009)Schueller, T. & H. Holland. The Practice of Watershed Protection: Techniques forProtecting Our Nations Streams, Lakes, Rivers, and Estuaries (Article 36: TheCompaction of Urban Soils) The Center for Watershed Protection (2000), T. & H. Holland. The Practice of Watershed Protection: Techniques forProtecting Our Nations Streams, Lakes, Rivers, and Estuaries (Article 37: CanUrban Soil Compaction Be Reversed?) The Center for Watershed Protection(2000) Coastal Conservation League, “Getting a Rein on Runoff: How Sprawl andthe Traditional Town Compared,” SCCL Land Development Bulletin, 1995.Southeast Michigan Council of Governments. “Low Impact Design manual forMichigan – A Design Guide for Implementers and Reviewers,” 2008 5 of 7
  6. 6. Resource Guide “Barriers to LEED and LID” PresentationSouthwestern Illinois Resource Conservation and Development “Places We’veProtected”, Illinois Resource Conservation and Development “Moving toward aprofitable balance between conservation and development in SouthwesternIllinois” (2006) (Last Viewed 3/3/2011)State of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources “Shoreland DevelopmentDensity and Impervious Surfaces – How do they affect water resources? Howmuch is toomuch for our lakes and streams?” (undated) of Huntersville Water Quality Design Manual, January 1 2008,,%202008%20Version.pdfUniversity of Connecticut, STORRIS. “Jordan Cove Watershed Project” 2007 Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) “Infiltration through DisturbedUrban Soils and Compost: Amended Soil effects on Run-off Quality and Quantity”EPA/600/R-00/0169. December 1999 (Last viewed 03/03/11)US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) “Vegetated Roof Cover –Philadelphia, PA” EPA-841-B-00-005D (2000) Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) “Protecting Water Resources withSmart Growth,” EPA 231-R-04-002 (May 2004) Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) “Protecting Water Resources withHigher Density,” EPA 231-R-06-001, US EPA, Washington DC (2006) Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Environmental Protection Agency. ,“Reducing Stormwater Costs through Low Impact Development (LID)Strategies,” EPA 841-F-07-006, (December 2007) 6 of 7
  7. 7. Resource Guide “Barriers to LEED and LID” PresentationUS Environmental protection Agency (USEPA.) “Draft Report: Opportunities forGreen Building (GB) Rating Systems to Improve Indoor Air Quality.” (2010) Last Viewd(3/3/2011)Wake County Municipalities Model Stormwater Ordinance * August 2009 (*asadopted by Wendell and Rolesville)Wake County Stormwater Ordinance (2006), John “LEED Certification: Where Energy Efficiency Collides with HumanHealth.” Environment and Human Health Inc (2010) (last viewed 3/3/2011)Washington State University Cooperative Extension — Thurston County, NativePlant Salvage Program “Potential to Modify Clearing, Grading, and LandscapingPractices Project” (2001) (Last viewed3/3/2011)Washington State University – Pierce County Extension. “Low Impact Design –Technical Guidance Manual for Puget Sound” Puget Sound Action Team, January2005, Peter T., Greg LeFevre and John S. Gulliver. (2008) “Contamination of Soiland Groundwater Due to Stormwater Infiltration Practices – A Literature Review,”University of Minnesota Stormwater Assessment Project., Len Managing stormwater in Pierce County: Kensington Estates casestudy sheds light on low impact development (July 25, 2002) (Last viewed 3/3/2011)Zimmer, David T. “Managing Water Supply in Turbulent Times,” Proceedings ofthe 2008 South Carolina Water Resources Conference, held October 14-15, 2008,at the Charleston Area Event Center.( last viewed 3/3/2011) 7 of 7