Fort Collins-Urban Sustainability Research Network (USRN)

Funding Year: 2018-2019

The Fort Collins Urban Sustainability Research Network (USRN) is developing a platform for enhancing collaboration among the diverse organizations, institutions, and communities dedicated to building a sustainable future for Fort Collins, and other cities along the Front Range. Through this platform, the GCRT will develop a systematic approach to the region’s urban research needs and develop comprehensive sustainability goals. This team aims to build capacity among diverse partners and stakeholders to create innovative and equitable place-based solutions that could influence how cities around the globe approach and fund sustainability efforts.

Principal Investigators:

  • Melissa McHale, Department of Ecosystem Science and Sustainability
  • Kelly Curl, Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture
  • Sonali Diddi, Department of Design and Merchandising
  • Courtenay Daum, Department of Political Science
  • Paula Yuma, School of Social Work
  • Edward Gage, Department of Forest and Rangeland Stewardship
  • Colin Day, Institute for the Built Environment
  • Molly Saylor, City of Fort Collins

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