Case Studies and Concepts in Community Revitalization
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About the Book
In urban planning, a brownfield is a former industrial or commercial site where environmental contamination hinders development. They exist in almost every community—there is probably one in your neighborhood—and state or federal resources can be used to facilitate assessment, cleanup and reuse.
Drawing on a range of local and international experiences, this collection of essays focuses on cases where citizens, nonprofits, developers, cities, and state and federal agencies overcame challenges and mitigated risks to redevelop brownfields using leading-edge practices and simple innovations. The COVID-19 pandemic and mass civil unrest of 2020 underscores the importance of health and social justice considerations in future development initiatives.
About the Author(s)
Joaquin Jay Gonzalez III, Ph.D., is Mayor George Christopher Professor of Public Administration at Golden Gate University. He worked as immigration commissioner for the city of San Francisco and is long-time President and CEO of the Pilipino Senior Resource Center in San Francisco, California
Tad McGalliard is the director of research and development at the International City/County Management Association in Washington, DC.
Ignacio Dayrit is the director of programs at the Center for Creative Land Recycling in Oakland, California.
Edited by Joaquin Jay Gonzalez III, Tad McGalliard and Ignacio Dayrit
Format: softcover (7 x 10)
Bibliographic Info: glossary, appendix, index
Copyright Date: 2021