answer these following question separately as separate essays 1.Which of the LEED-ND Pilot Projects presented in this week’s lecture stood out to you as being the most innovative in its approach? What important lessons can we learn from it? Are there other LEED-ND projects that you are familiar with and would like to share with us? 2. What significant opportunities and challenges do you foresee in the implementation of Sustainable Urbanism? What strategies would you use to engage policy makers and the general public in planning for sustainable communities?
WEEK 7 DISCUSSION URBANISM Name: Course Professor`s Name: Date 1 LEED-ND Pilot Projects Green urbanism remains an approach that requires a collaboration of urban planners, landscape architects, ecologists, physicists, sociologists, among other specialists in minimizing the consumption of energy, materials and water. The primary objective of this process is directed towards ensuring an efficient use of these resources in each stage of a districts and city`s life-cycle including the traction and transportation of material, their assembly, and fabrication in a buildings life.[. Knack, Ruth Eckdish. "LEED ND: What the Skeptics Say." Planning 76, no. 10 (December 2010): 18-21. Business Source Complete, EBSCOhost] It is important that one of the areas learned during the course period remains in the manner in which