Julian Agyeman, professor of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning at Tufts University, has been on a journey to educate governments and policymakers about the “intentional integration of social justice and environmental sustainability” in urban planning and design.
During this fast-changing COVID-19 pandemic crisis, a group of park and recreation directors in Northern Virginia have built on well-established ties to provide a coordinated response and work through difficult decisions together.
Times of crisis demand different things from us as leaders. There is no one better prepared for this role at this time, because these are qualities you display in your work, day after day.
Research shows that some populations are more impacted by COVID-19 than others, both by the disease itself and by the economic fallout. This imbalance of burden-bearing remains true for many of the issues the world faces today and will face in the coming months and years.
Learn what L.A. County’s park planning and development professionals are doing in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
City of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation submitted CAPRA paperwork and is confident that they are ready for their upcoming site visit.
John Prue, Conference Program Committee chairperson, shares how the CPC selects the best, most relevant educations sessions to serve peers and support NRPA’s Three Pillars.
“Tom Lovell was the driving force behind the successes and accomplishments of LSPR for 38 years,” says Joe Snook, current administrator of Lee’s Summit Parks and Recreation.
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Now more than ever, park and recreation professionals and their advocates need to educate policymakers, key stakeholders and the general public on the broad impact of their work.
It is a trail’s functionality or activity potential that is likely to confer added value, not the panorama of attractive open space.
OAK urges states to support Every Kid Outdoors in State Parks Campaign.
It is more crucial than ever before that we help older adults maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Story County, Iowa, and its partners create a learning corridor that not only brings people together, but also helps to improve the economy, environment and quality of life.
There are several communities that have historically lacked access to parks and continue to remain disconnected in a time when getting outdoors is one of the few permissible activities.
In the featured case of Summer J. v. United States Baseball Federation, the 12-year-old plaintiff was seriously injured by a line drive foul ball while watching a baseball game.
Recreational facilities are providing longer playing times, more consistent safety and improved performance — with significantly less maintenance — thanks to synthetic turf.
Preparations for Orlando Grand Avenue Park renovation are well underway.
Saturday, April 4, 2020, marked the 150th birthday of Golden Gate Park. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, plans changed, but the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department staff were determined to host a celebration to honor the monumental event.
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