John Renne, Brian Wolshon, Pamela Murray-Tuite and Anurag Pande published a new article in Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment: Emergence of resilience as a framework for state Departments of Transportation (DOTs) in the United States.
Lecture and panel discussion with Jim Schwab, FAICP
Friday, February 22, 2019 – 3:30-5:30 pm | West Palm Beach
Hosted by the West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority (DDA)
Wednesday, Jan 22 | Saturday, Jan 25 | Sunday, Jan 26 the third annual URBAN STORIES FESTIVAL celebrates storytelling in West Palm Beach. Read more
CUES Professional Affiliate Josh Sawislak, AICP, was quoted in an article “Charleston-area cities confront flooding in different ways. That’s making it worse.” by Abigail Darlington in the Post and Courier. Read more
by Josh Sawislak, CUES Professional Affiliate
via C2ES – the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions
Both climate mitigation and climate adaptation (resilience) must be achieved for all of us to prosper and for many of us to just survive.
In the 2004 Sci-Fi disaster film The Day After Tomorrow, anthropogenic (human-caused) climate change triggers a global catastrophe whose scale and speed reflect Hollywood’s desire for a good show a little more than the scientific goal of accuracy. Read more
Join us for a fascinating presentation and discussion with Josh Sawislak, AICP, an internationally recognized expert on climate and disaster resilience and sustainable development on October 23 in Fort Lauderdale. Read more
In the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, stakeholders and decision-makers are responding to and examining the storm’s impacts on Florida. Read more
The Center for Urban and Environmental Solutions (CUES) is dedicated to helping communities and decision makers resolve urban and environmental issues through partnerships, education, and research throughout Florida and beyond. The Center works with policy-makers and the public in their pursuit of options for managing growth while preserving natural systems, promoting a strong economy and planning livable communities. Their broad constituency – consisting of local governments, state agencies, civic and business groups, academics, students, and professionals – supports, motivates, and benefits from the Center’s activities.
CUES is housed in the School of Urban & Regional Planning within the College of Design and Social Inquiry (CDSI). The Center works closely with undergraduate and graduate programs at CDSI and FAU’s School of Architecture, as well as with the Florida Center for Environmental Studies (CES) and other centers.
Areas of Strength
- Urban and Regional Planning
- Community Planning
- Land Use Planning
- Transportation Planning
- Smart Growth & Sustainability
- Disasters and Emergency Preparedness
CUES was established July I, 1972 by Dr. John M. DeGrove, under the original name of the Joint Center for Environmental and Urban Problems (Joint Center). The name was changed in 2002 to more accurately identify the shift of the Center from focusing on problems to implementable solutions. Read CUES’s Joint Center Summary Report 1983-1987
Elsevier announces the formation of a new section of the international journal Transportation Research D focusing on Disasters and Resilience. This section will be edited by Karl Kim (University of Hawaii), John Renne (Florida Atlantic University) and Brian Wolshon (Louisiana State University). Read more