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Regional Approaches to Sustainable Development: Linking Economic, Transportation, and Environmental Infrastructure in Rural and Small Metropolitan America

Date:
November 16, 2011
Topics:
Case Studies, Integrated Planning, NADO Publications, Resources

The 2011 NADO Research Foundation report Regional Approaches to Sustainable Development: Linking Economic, Transportation, and Environmental Infrastructure in Rural and Small Metropolitan America (PDF) describes how regional development organizations (RDOs) working in all types of communities across the country are designing and implementing strategies to create stronger, more dynamic, more resilient regional economies that are based on quality of place.  Featuring case studies from California, Michigan, North Carolina, and Utah, this report highlights the opportunities available to RDOs to undertake sustainable development initiatives using a systems-based approach.

This report was produced by the NADO Research Foundationunder a cooperative agreement with the Federal Highway Administration.