Monthly Archives: July 2013

A look at the Delhi BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) System

By Nicole Kessler On July 6th, as part of a homework assignment, we decided to check out the Delhi BRT. ¬†According to the National Bus Rapid Transit Institute, BRT is, “an innovative, high capacity, lower cost public transit solution that … Continue reading

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SEIS Framework and Student Research

Written by Kristin Olofsson After the introduction of the Social-Ecological-Infrastructural Systems (SEIS) framework, there were many discussions and reflections on how our respective research goals fit into the framework and how the framework might affect our research. For some, this … Continue reading

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Greenhouse Gas Emissions– Looking at Who is Responsible

Written by Brianna Menning, Associate Director of Sustainable Cities & PIRE Program Manager In addition to time spent in classrooms and on site visits learning in formal and informal settings, the PIRE students are learning from one another in conversations … Continue reading

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