Growing Wealthier: Smart Growth, Climate Change and Prosperity.
You are invited to a public briefing at which Chuck Kooshian, Steve Winkelman and Christopher Leinberger will discuss how application of smart growth principles can improve the bottom line for businesses, household budgets and government balance sheets by increasing property values, cutting fuel and infrastructure costs, creating jobs, enhancing public health and strengthening communities.
Coffee and cookies will be served. Free copies of Growing Wealthier will be available.
Visit us at www.growingwealthier.info to purchase a gorgeous high-res bound copy, and complete your wardrobe with a Growing Wealthier tie! On January 19th you can download a free copy of the report.
We will also host a webinar on Thursday January 20th, 1:30 - 3:00pm (EST).
Click here to register for the 1/20 webinar.
Some advanced praise for Growing Wealthier:
“Growing Wealthier will help equip communities to thrive in the emerging real estate market demanded by the knowledge economy.”
- Christopher B. Leinberger, real estate developer, author of The Option of Urbanism
“Growing Wealthier cuts to the chase by defining the benefits of smart growth in dollars and cents. This is long overdue and provides the framework for problem solving in a language everyone understands.”
- John Inglish, CEO Utah Transit Authority
“CCAP is a strong, credible, influential voice on issues of transportation and climate change. This is another must-read report.”
- Dan Sperling, Director, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis
More about Growing Wealthier
With the pace of economic recovery uncertain and the real estate market still uneven, developers, policy makers and transportation professionals seek information to guide their investments. At the same time, market analysis reveals pent-up demand for walkable communities driven by demographic changes poised to transform the real estate industry. In CCAP’s comprehensive new report, Growing Wealthier: Smart Growth, Climate Change and Prosperity, written by Chuck Kooshian and Steve Winkelman, we consider ten common-sense principles that can help guide new development in ways that respond to emerging market demand and bolster the economy. We find that an inclusive planning process following smart growth principles that yields more walkable neighborhoods with broader options for housing and transportation can help communities, businesses and individuals make money, save money and improve quality of life.
When & Where
Since 1985, CCAP has been a recognized world leader in climate and air quality policy and is the only independent, non-profit think-tank working exclusively on those issues at the local, national and international levels. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., CCAP helps policymakers around the world to develop, promote and implement innovative, market-based solutions to major climate, air quality and energy problems that balance both environmental and economic interests. For information about CCAP please visit www.ccap.org.