UPEP - RESOURCES

UPEP: RESOURCES

RSS ESRI COMMUNITY

  • Unable to add field (button disappeared) to Hosted Feature Layer February 28, 2020
    Hi When I first published my dataset to ArcGIS Online, there is an option in the hamburger menu to 'Add Field'. However, now I notice it has disappeared:  There are only the three options in the screenshot. This is how the item is described in the Overview section: I have since joined the layer with another layer, which has […]
  • AGO tool to report on data\map\app interconnections? February 27, 2020
    Is anyone aware of any tools\apps\techniques to report on how data\maps\apps are interconnected for a ago org or portal? What I mean is, can I easily find out what maps consume a layer I own? What apps use maps I own, etc? This would be really important Intel in understanding the repercussions say if an […]
  • Error uploading Excel file to AGOL: 'Item with the same key has already been added' February 27, 2020
    I am trying to upload an Excel file to AGOL, but i keep getting an error with the message: "Item with the same key has already been added'.  I am using the 'Add Item -> From your Computer' tool on the Content tab.  As far as i can tell, the Excel file i want to […]
  • Using Arcade Expressions to return image urls based on DateDiff February 27, 2020
    Hello, I'm trying to write an expression that will return one of three image urls based on an inspection date.  The distinction being the most recent date is less than 30 days, greater than 30 days, or there is no recent date.  The expression is then pasted into the URL of an image for a pop […]
  • Intersection of point, polyline & polygon with Arcade February 27, 2020
    I'm having trouble finding the 3-way intersection of a point, polyline, and polygon. I have 3 feature layers with each containing one of the geometries. When a polygon is selected, I'm trying count the intersection of the point with polylines that are in the polygon boundaries. I can find the intersection of polygon with point and […]

RSS UNHABITAT

  • Wood waste strengthens recycled concrete, new study finds February 27, 2020
    This pioneering technique promises to be an environmentally friendly way to enhance concrete structures while simultaneously reducing construction costs and curtailing carbon emissions.
    Mariecor Agravante
  • Hydroelectric art gallery will generate enough wave power to be 100% self-sustaining February 27, 2020
    London-based architect Margot Krasojevic has just unveiled a futuristic art gallery that runs on hydroelectric power.
    Nicole Jewell
  • Ivory Ella raises $96K to help animals affected by the Australian wildfires February 27, 2020
    Lifestyle brand Ivory Ella recently announced a generous donation of over $96,000 to Animals Australia, an animal protection organization giving aid to wildlife displaced and injured from the devastating bushfires that ravaged the country from September 2019 to February 2020.
    Katherine Gallagher
  • Reintroducing the Eurasian Lynx to Scotland February 27, 2020
    The Eurasian lynx is so-called because it has been found in forests that stretch from Europe to central Asia, thus distinguishing it as the widest-ranging cat on our planet. Despite this, the species disappeared from Great Britain during the Middle Ages due to excessive hunting, according to the Journal of Quaternary Science.
    Mariecor Agravante
  • Autonomous Draper Drone to detect microplastics in the water February 27, 2020
    Microplastic pollution is everywhere, but its size—less than five millimeters in length—makes the threat almost invisible to the naked eye. That’s why Cambridge-based research and development lab Draper has teamed up with the Environmental Protection Agency and design firm Sprout Studios to create the Draper Drone, a concept for an autonomous underwater vehicle that implements […]
    Lucy Wang

RSS URBAN LAND

  • The Efficiency Gap and the U.S. Housing Affordability Crisis February 26, 2020
    Since 2014, the United States has averaged 300,000 more household formations per year than residential permits issued. While the number of residential construction workers has increased to over 800,000 in 2018, more housing is still needed. If the United States could return to pre-2006 ratio of 2.1 new residential permits for every residential construction worker, […]
    Roger Zalneraitis
  • Leveraging $30 Billion in Upgrades to New York City’s Airports February 26, 2020
    Panelists at a ULI New York event shared some of the plans for the future by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to leverage both public and private investments to update the three airports that serve New York City. The post Leveraging $30 Billion in Upgrades to New York City’s Airports appeared […]
    Anthony Paletta
  • Best Practices for Prioritizing People: Four Projects on Three Continents February 26, 2020
    With the challenges of technology, mobility, sustainability, and social inclusion, the public and private sectors are working together successfully to build thriving places. Reinventing underused urban spaces to prioritize people is the way. A panel at ULI Europe’s 2020 conference in Amsterdam moderated by Marilyn Jordan Taylor, professor of architecture and urban design at the […]
    Grace Dobush
  • Region in Focus: Tracking the Growth across Six Regions in the U.S. Southeast February 24, 2020
    Strong economies, healthy job creation, and significant population increases continue to be reported across the Southeast. The post Region in Focus: Tracking the Growth across Six Regions in the U.S. Southeast appeared first on Urban Land Magazine.
    Mike Sheridan
  • Breaking Down Barriers to Create More Housing Options in Tampa February 24, 2020
    Whether it’s evaluating the negative impacts of single-family zoning in cities or blending single-family rental communities with apartments, developers are working to create more housing by taking new approaches, said panelists during the 2020 ULI Tampa Trends event. The post Breaking Down Barriers to Create More Housing Options in Tampa appeared first on Urban Land […]
    Mary Shanklin

RSS URBAN PLANNING

RSS PLANETIZEN

  • Twitter for Urban Planning February 28, 2020
    Few social media sites offer the same kind of diversity of information and opinion to a field of study than Twitter does for planning.
    Planetizen
  • Latest San Francisco Bike Battlefront: Valencia Street February 27, 2020
    With most private auto traffic banned on Market Street in downtown, a battle is brewing in the Mission District between Valencia Street merchants, led by a bike store owner, and cyclists who support converting a bike lane into a cycletrack.
    Planetizen
  • California's Piecemeal Progress on Housing Production February 27, 2020
    California Assemblymember Richard Bloom and Tara Barauskas dive into the barriers to affordable housing in California and whether recent legislation streamlining local planning, zoning, and permitting processes.
    Planetizen
  • Bus Stop Consolidation Improving On-Time Performance in Pittsburgh February 27, 2020
    Pittsburgh-area buses operating on routes with a recently reduced number of stops are more likely to arrive on time than before the changes.
    Planetizen
  • San Antonio's Housing Equity Crisis Traced to Planning Roots February 27, 2020
    Lending and planning policies have split San Antonio residents into haves and haves for decades, according to a large feature published recently by the Rivard Report.
    Planetizen

RSS MOTHER NATURE NETWORK

RSS INHABITAT

  • Wood waste strengthens recycled concrete, new study finds February 27, 2020
    This pioneering technique promises to be an environmentally friendly way to enhance concrete structures while simultaneously reducing construction costs and curtailing carbon emissions.
    Mariecor Agravante
  • Hydroelectric art gallery will generate enough wave power to be 100% self-sustaining February 27, 2020
    London-based architect Margot Krasojevic has just unveiled a futuristic art gallery that runs on hydroelectric power.
    Nicole Jewell
  • Ivory Ella raises $96K to help animals affected by the Australian wildfires February 27, 2020
    Lifestyle brand Ivory Ella recently announced a generous donation of over $96,000 to Animals Australia, an animal protection organization giving aid to wildlife displaced and injured from the devastating bushfires that ravaged the country from September 2019 to February 2020.
    Katherine Gallagher
  • Reintroducing the Eurasian Lynx to Scotland February 27, 2020
    The Eurasian lynx is so-called because it has been found in forests that stretch from Europe to central Asia, thus distinguishing it as the widest-ranging cat on our planet. Despite this, the species disappeared from Great Britain during the Middle Ages due to excessive hunting, according to the Journal of Quaternary Science.
    Mariecor Agravante
  • Autonomous Draper Drone to detect microplastics in the water February 27, 2020
    Microplastic pollution is everywhere, but its size—less than five millimeters in length—makes the threat almost invisible to the naked eye. That’s why Cambridge-based research and development lab Draper has teamed up with the Environmental Protection Agency and design firm Sprout Studios to create the Draper Drone, a concept for an autonomous underwater vehicle that implements […]
    Lucy Wang

RSS EARTH 911

RSS THE ECOLOGIST

RSS PLANET SAVE

  • How A Small School In Rural Zambia Will Finally Get Electricity August 1, 2019
    The post How A Small School In Rural Zambia Will Finally Get Electricity appeared first on PlanetSave. I went back to see for myself. Had the solar lights I brought with me in 2014 made a difference? Well, not many of the lights were still operational, but ... [Read full article] The post How A […]
    Jesper Berggreen
  • 7 Water And Energy Conservation Strategies For Large Families July 12, 2019
    The post 7 Water And Energy Conservation Strategies For Large Families appeared first on PlanetSave. 7 Ways To Conserve Water And Energy When You Have A Large Family The post 7 Water And Energy Conservation Strategies For Large Families appeared first on PlanetSave.
    Sponsored Content
  • How 200 Solar Lights Found Their Way To A Small School In Rural Zambia July 1, 2019
    The post How 200 Solar Lights Found Their Way To A Small School In Rural Zambia appeared first on PlanetSave. In 2014 I traveled to Africa to visit the rural primary school I had attended 33 years earlier. I carried with me 200 solar lights from SolarAid, an international organisation, ... [Read full article] The […]
    Jesper Berggreen
  • Ørsted Consolidates Customer Solutions & Bioenergy Divisions June 26, 2019
    The post Ørsted Consolidates Customer Solutions & Bioenergy Divisions appeared first on PlanetSave. Danish power company and offshore wind giant Ørsted announced Tuesday that it would consolidate two of its business units, Customer Solutions and Bioenergy, in the wake of various decisions which ... [Read full article] The post Ørsted Consolidates Customer Solutions & Bioenergy […]
    Joshua S Hill
  • India’s NTPC Limited Offers Solar Power Project Management Services To ISA Members June 21, 2019
    The post India’s NTPC Limited Offers Solar Power Project Management Services To ISA Members appeared first on PlanetSave. The International Solar Alliance has asked companies in member countries to submit proposals to offer solar power project management solutions. The global body issued this invitation after it received a proposal for the same from India’s largest […]
    saurabh