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Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning (LARP) - Research Guide   Tags: architecture, landscape, larp, planning, regional_planning, sustainability, urban_planning  

Last Updated: Jul 23, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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PolicyMap was just acquired by the Libraries.

Indicators related to energy, transportation, food access, demographics, real estate, crime, health, schools, affordable housing, employment, public investments and more.

Many thanks to the students and faculty who offered their feedback!



  • SimplyMap
    Create a map illustrating hundreds of social, economic and climatic variables.
  • Research Design Connections
    Practical information from design-oriented publications
  • GreenR
    Articles, case studies and reports on sustainability issues, arranged topically and/or geographically.

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Madeleine Charney has an M.L.I.S. from the University of Rhode Island. She also has a Master's degree from the Conway School of Landscape Design.
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