In this newest installment of our Creative Spaces series, we have scoured scoured the world for playgrounds old and new, large and small with a visit to any one of them leaving you feeling rejuvenated and refreshed.
Researchers, Peter J. Rentfrow of the University of Cambridge in England, Charlotta Mellander of the Jönköping International Business School in Sweden and Richard Florida (of “The Creative Class” fame) of the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, used data from Gallup’s well-being index to figure out which states are happier than others.
By Richard Florida, California Management Review – Fall 1996
By Richard Florida – Sept 1998
Richard Florida, Derek Davison, and Matthew Cline, Report to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection – June 1999
By Richard Florida, The Environmental Forum
By Richard Florida and Davis Jenkins, book chapter in Between Imitation and Innovation: The Transfer and Hybridization of Production Systems in the International Automobile Industry, Steven Tolliday (editor). Oxford University Press – 1998
By Mark Atlas and Richard Florida, Book Chapter in Green Manufacturing, Richard Dorf (editor), Handbook of Technology Management. CRC Press – 1998
By Richard Florida and Derek Davison, book chapter in Going Private: Environmental Management Systems and the New Policy Agenda edited by Cary Coglianese and Jennifer Nash – 2001
By Richard Florida and Derek Davison, California Management Review – March 2001
What Makes Companies Green? Organizational and Geographic Factors in the Adoption of Environmental Practices
Richard Florida, Mark Atlas, and Matt Cline – Nov 2000
Regional Environmental Performance and Sustainability: A Review and Assessment of Indicator Projects
By Richard Florida and Tracy Gordon, A Report prepared for the Environmental City Network and Sustainable Pittsburgh – Jan 1999