Written by Sarah Sieloff, Executive Director
Posted on August 5, 2019
Dust off your hat and saddle up, because the Redevelopment Rodeo rides again this December! The Center for Creative Land Recycling (CCLR) and partners New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Kansas State University (KSU) and Brownfield Listings are partnering to bring you another thundering herd of rough and ready brownfields. This year’s theme: attracting private investment to your rowdy brownfields beasts.
Published June 19, 2019
The Martinez Sustainable Redevelopment and Land Recycling workshop focused on specific topics regarding resilience along shorelines and waterfronts. The workshop aimed to provide tools and insights needed to advance land reuse projects at all stages of the redevelopment process.
Written by Claire Weston, Program Associate and Johanna Roth, Program Associate
Posted on June 19, 2019
The Center for Creative Land Recycling hosted its 4th Annual NYS Redevelopment Summit: Pathways to Revitalization June 11th and 12th, 2019 at the Sage College of Albany in Albany, NY. The Summit was CCLR’s largest Annual Summit to date and featured comprehensive learning and extensive networking opportunities for over 300 redevelopment professionals and practitioners from across New York State. The diversity in backgrounds and perspectives made for a multi-faceted Summit where redevelopment issues and case studies were discussed from every angle.
By Ignacio Dayrit, Director of Programs and Johanna Roth, Program Associate
Posted June 6, 2019
By Jean Hamerman, Debuty Director
Posted June 7, 2019
The Highlands Council, the Center for Creative Land Recycling, and the NJ Brownfields Interagency Working Group came together to host the “Redevelopment in the Highlands: How your Community Can Benefit” workshop on May 14, 2019. The impetus for the workshop was to provide municipalities in the Highlands and redevelopment professionals active guidance on rehabilitating derelict properties for community economic and environmental benefit in keeping with restrictions set to protect New Jersey’s drinking water.
Por Fabiola Serra
Consultora en Comunicaciones Internacional / International Communications Consultant
20 de mayo 2019
Para presentar soluciones para la reurbanización de zonas industriales abandonadas, el Centro para el Reciclaje Creativo de la Tierra (CCLR) con el apoyo de la Agencia de Protección Ambiental de los Estados Unidos (EPA de los EE. UU.) visitó tres municipios de Puerto Rico durante la semana del 6 de mayo en un ciclo de talleres de capacitación en San Juan, Ponce y Mayaguez, respectivamente.
The Center for Creative Land Recycling (CCLR) with support from the US Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) visited three municipalities in Puerto Rico during the week of May 6 in a cycle of capacity building workshops in San Juan, Ponce and Mayaguez, respectively. It was the 5th annual event.
International Dark Sky Week is March 31st to April 7th. It’s appropriate that International Dark Sky Week overlaps with National Public Health Week, since light pollution and health are intimately linked. Light pollution is an especially important topic for land recyclers, because each redevelopment project offers a chance to start fresh, and that includes the way we illuminate our world.
The San Francisco Chronicle recently announced a generous grant from the Pritzker Family Fund to help open the India Basin Shoreline Park in southeast San Francisco as part of the Blue Greenway The park is slated to be completed by 2025, 15 years after CCLR assisted the non-profit SF Parks Alliance with its successful application for a planning and community outreach grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) brownfields program.