Sustainable energy is clean and renewable and can help to provide the power that we need to run our communities.
Public transit, cycling, and walking all reduce carbon emissions and make cities more livable by limiting petroleum fueled traffic.
Green space within cities can take many forms: public parks, gardens, nature trails and playgrounds.
Urban agriculture is an innovative approach to sustainable city building that leads to healthy, strong and sustainable communities.
The power to strengthen the identity of communities, increase civic pride and create a strong sense of place.
In sustainable cities, active public participation is necessary to protect communities for future generations.
Architects and designers have the power, ability and influence to make significant change in the industry.
Sustainable architecture can contribute to water conservation by collecting, storing and recycling rainwater.
The soil in the landfill areas is toxic—killing the surrounding animal and plant life, and limiting building development in its proximity.