Sustainable housing strives for diverse, healthy, affordable, socially inclusive, resource-efficient, and culturally sensitive housing. This report’s current state assessment is based on five goals of sustainable housing, derived from sustainability and livability principles: meet demand with adequate housing options; provide sufficient quality of housing and promote healthy housing conditions; secure affordability of housing; conserve natural resources in homes; and maintain valuable cultural and historical character.
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- Golub, Aaron (Contributor)
- Wiek, Arnmi (Contributor)
- Arizona State University. School of Sustainability (Contributor)
- Identifier TypeLocally defined identifierIdentifier Valueazdocs: XUPH 50.2:G 1 H 5/2014
- Report submitted to the City of Phoenix Planning and Development Department by the ASU-SOS Team for the project grant 'Reinvent Phoenix--Cultivating Equity, Engagement, Economic Development and Design Excellence with Transit-Oriented Development', funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
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Strategy for Sustainable Housing in the Gateway Transit District (Phoenix, Arizona: City of Phoenix, 2014)