Kaid Benfield, Director, Sustainable Communities & Smart Growth, Washington, DC
I’ve been thinking about Buffalo, New York lately. Part of it is that the National Trust is holding (and promoting the heck out of) their next annual p… Continue reading →
Kaid Benfield, Director, Sustainable Communities & Smart Growth, Washington, DC I’m in Wilmington, Delaware this week, where I was asked (and honored) to speak to an EPA-sponsored symposium on green historic preservation. I spoke … Continue reading →
“The reasons for preserving our existing building stock aren’t strictly cultural and sentimental; preservation should be understood as a land-use tool and as an economic tool that can be used to build denser, more attractive … Continue reading →
The federal government is our nation’s largest landlord, controlling an astounding 316,000 buildings across the country. Where they are sited and how they are designed is of enormous consequence to communities and the environment.
Consider,… Continue reading →