In order to thrive as a “Movement of Yes,” we need to first reckon with why we’re perceived as the opposite—sometimes accurately, sometimes not—and why our success in promoting a competing narrative has been limited. After all, we know that historic preservation...
Main page for the Preservation Green Lab of the National Trust for Historic Preservation Research & Policy Lab The National Trust’s Research & Policy Lab is the next generation of the Preservation Green Lab, expanding our research and policy innovation to issue areas beyond the original scope...
Falls City Theatre Equipment Co. | Credit: vxla via Flickr Creative Commons Downtown Louisville became a little less interesting over the weekend. Two old buildings along Third Street—the Morrissey Garage and the Falls City Theatre Equipment Company building—were hastily...
Downtown Louisville. | Credit: Fred Sauceman , via Flickr, Creative Commons PastForward 2014 was an inspiring week for the Green Lab staff. Not only was our research about the contribution of older buildings to neighborhood vitality cited numerous times, but conference...
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