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This 75-acre former rail yard is being transformed into a green, mixed-use, transit-oriented residential neighborhood

On Recycled Architecture: Twelve proposals to promote adaptive reuse of commercial and historic structures from around the world

In Washington, the demolition of another killer dam will help restore salmon & orcas while revitalizing tribal culture & economy

Historic coastal town to get 377 homes & new public facilities as its harbor is revitalized into a business and cultural destination

Costa Rica doubled its forest while tripling its economy, proving that COVID-19 economic recovery must be based on restoring nature

$70 million landscape restoration has reconnected America’s oldest state park to the city and will help revitalize downtown

How this living underwater statue is helping to accelerate coral reef restoration research and projects worldwide

Historic 19th-century island structure has been repurposed, renewed and reconnected to the city as a mixed-use destination

C40 Mayors issue their urban agenda for a green, equitable, resilient economic recovery from the COVID-19 economic crisis

Kentucky does what many states & nations should do: fund projects that revitalize abandoned coal mines into economic assets

New national Rewilding Network aims to catalyze and support the ecological restoration of at least 300,000 acres of land

Texas & feds form public-public partnership to accelerate restoration of the state’s forests, natural resources and coastlines

Struggling Flatbush neighborhood to get 291 green, affordable, supportive apartments via the Vital Brooklyn revitalization initiative

In Chicago, a private redeveloper hopes to revitalize neighborhoods by repurposing and renewing some 400 commercial properties

California non-profit maps out post-COVID-19 economic recovery path to a more resilient, equitable and sustainable economy

Pine martens are on their way back from the brink of extinction in England now that reintroduced pairs are reproducing

Detroit, Michigan proposes a restoration economy initiative to base neighborhood revitalization on renovating 8000 houses

In Detroit, a new plan to revitalize a major corridor with infrastructure renewal, public spaces and mixed-use redevelopment

New IUCN Global Standard is unveiled for guiding restorative, nature-based solutions to climate crisis and economic recovery

Abandoned for 40 years, a failed office tower is about to be renovated and reused to help revitalize this historic port neighborhood

Historic 1907 butter factory is getting a $6.57 million renovation as a job-producing, world-class arts and culture hub

New Research: Restoring canals and waterways boosts neighborhood prosperity, as well as human health and longevity

University receives $1.1 million to create green, affordable, transit-oriented revitalization in their local neighborhood

Manitoba Habitat Heritage Corporation selects 20 projects to receive $5.6 million for watershed restoration and resilience

A non-profit and the state of Delaware partner on ecologically restoring 52 acres in order to expand protected wildlife area

In British Columbia, seven new projects will restore caribou habitat by undoing damage done by mining, oil and lumber companies

A leading-edge floating oyster restoration facility goes into operation in Virginia to accelerate the recovery of Chesapeake Bay

A Polish company brings a brownfield site in Pennsylvania back to life as an aluminum can factory, creating 400 new jobs

12 heritage properties in Indiana receive up to $100,000 each for rejuvenation from the state’s Historic Renovation Grant Program