Better Modeling the Demand for Water

Ahmed Rachid El-Khattabi

Each year, The Graduate School honors graduate students in programs throughout our University for their powerful discoveries that contribute to a better future for people and communities in North Caro … Continued



Agent-Based Modeling of Environmental Conflict

Dr. Todd BenDor

Conflict is a major facet of many environmental challenges of our time. However, growing conflict complexity makes it more difficult to identify win-win strategies for sustainable conflict resolution. … Continued



New name, new emphasis, for environmental program

Noreen McDonald speacking with DCRP students

A new interdisciplinary program in Environment, Ecology and Energy, E3P, will leverage the College’s strengths in natural sciences, social sciences and humanities to teach students how to best manage … Continued



Plan to Talk – (Podcast) Episode 2: Bringing the latest research to class

Todd BenDor image

Welcome to the Carolina Planning Plan to Talk Podcast Series, where we profile fascinating people connected to the Department of City and Regional Planning at The University of North Carolina at Chape … Continued



Study recommends expansion of resilient design education

resilient design education

The rapid growth of classes, minors, degrees, studios and programs makes these findings highly relevant as we enter an era of climate change and continue to struggle with the ever-increasing losses as … Continued



Conversations at Hickerson House: Todd BenDor on Market-Based Environmental Policies

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Todd BenDor talks about his research on transfer of development rights and water quality trading programs.



Jeffrey Rissman, MCRP ’11

Jeff Rissman

Jeffrey works at Energy Innovation LLC, a non-governmental organization (NGO) based out of San Francisco. He helps policymakers around the world identify and implement policies that reduce pollution, … Continued



ACSP Featured Faculty: Todd BenDor

DCRP faculty member Todd BenDor

“Planning is fundamentally thinking about the future. That’s what makes us different. I want my students to enter the workforce with a lot more confidence and savvy around emerging technologies.” –To … Continued



Beijing’s upscale sub-center plan

DCRP faculty member Jan Song

Yan Song discusses Beijing’s upscale sub-center plan with a focus on green transportation.



CRC students host Climate Resilience Symposium

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CRC certificate students host Climate Change and Resilience Symposium.