After Sandy: Advancing Strategies for Long-Term Resilience and Adaptability

After Sandy

ULI convened 25 industry leaders for an Advisory Services panel to develop land use and investment strategies to help make the areas affected by Hurricane Sandy more resilient and adaptable to future storms. In addition, the panel developed a set of principles that can be applied to other places that are vulnerable to weather-related catastrophes. …
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Sanya, China: Advisory Services Panel

An international team of experts conducted a ULI Advisory Services Panel in Sanya, China, in August 2013. This panel, led by former ULI Chairman Harry Frampton, spent a week touring and interviewing key officials and businesses to understand how Sanya could attract a more diverse set of visitors. The overarching goal of the ULI recommendations was to make Sanya a world-class resort city. …
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Building Healthy Places: Three Models in Colorado


The ULI Building Healthy Places Initiative , which will incorporate all components of the global organization, kicked off this spring with a special series of Advisory Services panels convened in three different types of communities in Colorado at the request of the Colorado Health Foundation, which has its own Healthy Places initiative. ULI senior resident fellow Ed McMahon, who was chair of the three panels, offers his observations…
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Niagara Falls, New York: Advisory Services Panel


Since the completion of the Culinary Institute, roughly 200,000 square feet in the former mall remains as raw space, fully cleared of its former interior finishes with all environmental issues remediated or abated. USAN asked this Advisory Services panel to consider a series of questions to determine appropriate uses for the remainder of the former Rainbow Centre Mall. …
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