The case studies in the Institute’s digital case library are written for educational purposes. All the cases are based on real-world events. The stories include people, organizations, events, and background information essential for re-creating the situation. The purpose of the story is to help students achieve learning goals – a specific body of knowledge or set of skills.
Environmental Protection, Climate Regulation, and the Persistence of Sprawl in California
Sean Kennedy and Stephanie Pincetl
Mystic River: A Quest for Climate Equity
Post-Disaster Recovery of Public Housing in Galveston, Texas: An Opportunity for Whom?
Jane Rongerude and Sara Hamideh
Community Toilets and the Challenge of Urban Sanitation in Nairobi, Kenya
Carlos Rufín and Johann Frield
Coordinating Conservation Programs in the Albuquerque–Bernalillo Region
Agustin Leon-Moreta and Silvia Saenz-Montenegro
“Floating TDR” and Land Value Capture in Taiwan: Designing a More Effective Land-Finance Tool
Mi Shih, Ying-Hui Chiang, and Hsiutzu Betty Chang