Date of Award
Bachelor of Arts
The paper is the result of a research project conducted through the University of Richmond, the desired end of which is to produce a Blueprint for Environmental Sustainability Along the James River, a document that provides guidelines for managing the urban riverfront in a sustainable fashion.
The first chapter is designed to outline the layout of this report. The subsequent literature review is divided into four chapters: The Ecological Model, An Overview of Sustainability, Sustainable Practices in Other Cities, and Richmond Development: Past and Present. The first pair of these chapters provide a general assessment of two important environmental paradigms, and the next couple detail pertinent historical and contemporary physical development locally, as well as both domestically and internationally.
MacDougall, Trevor S., "A blueprint for environmental sustainability along the James River" (2003). Honors Theses. 1252.