Jack Ahern's article "The concept of ecosystem services in adaptive urban planning and design: A framework for supporting innovation" reaches # 6 (and climbing) on the top 25 hottest articles in Landscape and Urban Planning (April to June 2014).  You can see the article at Volume 125, May 2014, Pages 254-259, by Ahern, J.; Cilliers, S.; and Niemela, J.

Curious about planning for climate change and disaster resilience?  Want to apply your skills to a real-life community?  Hoping to learn about different experiences and cultures in a moderate-income country?  Like to work in interdisciplinary teams on a hands-on project?  Join this seminar + field study course on planning for climate change and disaster resilience in beautiful Caribbean Belize! CLICK HERE to learn more.

LARP Alumni Todd Lynch's art installation, “Flotsam Weirs”, part of the Mill River Greenway Initiative has been featured in the Daily Hampshire Gazette. Directions to the site can be found here.

Mid Semester Presentations are in the Procopio Room (105 Hills), October 15-17.