Green Alley Project (GAP)
The Green Alley Project (GAP) demonstrates how to transform Calgary’s downtown alleyways from forgotten and gritty into places of connectivity, productivity and value — by becoming part of the city’s green infrastructure while also being a dynamic people-centered place for hanging out 24/7, year-round.
Designing Out Waste
Kasper Jensen of 3XN/GXN and Joshua Taron, Assistant Professor and Associate Dean of Research and Innovation, co-led the Designing Out Waste research initiative with students from the Master of Environmental Design program to investigate how circular economy principles could be applied to Calgary.
Evict Radon is a Canadian non-profit organization dedicated to solving Canada’s substantial and worsening radon-gas exposure problem through interdisciplinary research for the benefit of all Canadians. Explore >
Future of Affordable Housing
A research initiative offering a glimpse into what tomorrow’s affordable housing in Canada might look like — along how to plan cities and developments to meet housing demand, while being financially smart through partnerships and delivering on quality and performance targets.
Citizen + Students
A collaboration for grassroots planning between a university and its community. Through collaboration with community-based organizations, students engage with citizens in a comprehensive urban planning project that addresses pressing current and future challenges for growth and development.