Bernadette Baird-Zars research interests span land use, governance, construction permitting, and the role of community-based organizations in reshaping planning processes.
Marcelo Remond, a Rutgers engineering major, and Urban Planning and Design minor, examines the transit village initiative in the garden state in a piece published by Planetizen.
Research: Planning the Built Environment and Land Use Towards Deep Decarbonization of the United States
Deep decarbonization is the elimination of carbon-emitting fuels and favoring more sustainable alternatives.
An in-depth discussion about ethics and its application in informing planning, policy and public health, and how law can be impoverished without ethics.
Discussing the Buffalo Commons, its history, its significance, and the current economic and environmental signs that confirm the idea that the depopulated center of the country should capitalize on its heritage as the home of the buffalo.
Buehler to present annual Candeub Memorial Lecture, comparing daily travel behavior of Germany, U.S., February 27
***THIS EVENT HAS BEEN APPROVED FOR 1.5 AICP CERTIFICATION MAINTENANCE CREDITS*** Ralph Buehler, an Assistant Professor of Urban Affairs and Planning and a Faculty Fellow with the Metropolitan Institute at Virginia Tech will present the Bloustein School’s annual...