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PastForward Preview: Victoria Herrmann, President and Managing Director of the Arctic Institute

Victoria Herrmann, Ph.D., is the president and managing director of The Arctic Institute , a nonprofit dedicated to Arctic security research. She is also a National Geographic Explorer and recently led America's Eroding Edges , a research and storytelling project on coastal climate change...

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Accessory Dwelling Units in Historic Districts: A Denver Case Study

By Jessica Hanlon Accessory dwelling units (ADUs)—also known as carriage houses, granny flats, or even garage apartments—are an important and effective strategy for accommodating density without demolition. When thoughtfully sited, scaled, and designed, ADUs can be neatly nestled into the...

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TrustLive: Future City Keynote—Bryan C. Lee, Jr.

​Recorded at PastForward 2017 in Chicago, Bryan C. Lee, Jr., founder and director, Colloqate Design, is the keynote speaker for TrustLive: Future City Summit—exploring how preservation can help in securing more sustainable and just cities. Sponsored by CityLab and John D. and Catherine T....


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TrustLive: Future City Summit—Keynote and Panel Discussion

​Recorded at PastForward 2017 in Chicago, this TrustLive explores how preservation can help in securing more sustainable and just cities. Featuring a keynote by Bryan C. Lee, Jr., Colloqate Design and a panel discussion including David Dudley, CityLab; Eleanor Esser Gorski, Department of...


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Excerpt from TrustLive: Future City Summit – Language and Gentrification

​Recorded at PastForward 2017 in Chicago, this clip from TrustLive: Future City Summit is part of the larger conversation about how preservation can help in securing more sustainable and just cities. Watch select PastForward 2017 videos on this YouTube channel. Full TrustLive videos will be...


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Summer 2012 Forum Journal: Green and Local Powers Preservation

​ Cities both large and small are embracing sustainability for a number of reasons and in a variety of different ways. The Summer 2012 issue of Forum Journal focuses on the efforts of local communities to integrate historic preservation with sustainability goals. These efforts range from ...

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Spring 2007 Forum Journal: Viewpoints: Engaging New Voices in Preservation

​Table of Contents How Preservation Can Benefit from the Boomer Market by Valecia Crisafulli and Scott Gerloff Changing Culture: A New Way to Save Our Downtowns by Kyle Ezell How Demographics Shape the Future of the Preservation Field by Dan Holland I’m Over 100—Can I...

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Heritage and Sustainability: The Role of Equitable Development in Preservation

By Carlton Eley Pollution can affect public health, weaken local economies, and hinder preservation within communities with environmental justice concerns. When communities are affected by wide-ranging problems, comprehensive and thoughtful solutions are needed. Thirty years ago, the United...

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Q&A with Bourke Reeve, Southface (EarthCraft Sustainable Preservation)

The re-installation of the original hard wood floors which were removed and refurbished for an ECSP project. | Credit: Southface Originally Posted January 13, 2016 Connecting sustainability and historic preservation—understanding how old buildings contribute to sustainable cities...

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