James L. Sipes

James L. Sipes

James L. Sipes is a landscape architect, environmental planner, and writer with more than twenty-five years of professional experience encompassing a wide range of planning, design, research, and communication projects, and over twelve years as a visiting professor at a variety of institutions, from Cornell to University of Tennessee.  He has written more than 300 articles for a variety of publications (including Planning and Landscape Architecture). He is the author of two books: Digital Land (John Wiley & Sons 2007) and Sustainable Solutions to Water Resources – Process, Planning, Design & Implementation Strategies (John Wiley & Sons 2010).

Creating Green Roadways

Creating Green Roadways

Integrating Cultural, Natural, and Visual Resources into Transportation

Roads and parking lots in the United States cover more ground than the entire state of Georgia. And while proponents of sustainable transit often focus on getting people off the roads, they will remain at the heart of our transportation systems...