The Original Regional Equity Atlas (2007), received national attention for its groundbreaking analysis of regional disparities.  Regional Equity Atlas 2.0 is an updated and expanded version using Census 2010 data.

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Regional Equity Atlas in the News

Urban Land Institute, Regional Equity and Land Use Strategies. Urban Land Institute. December 12, 2008.

Graf, Tyler. Portland Development Commission looks to construct Hazelwood park. The Daily Journal of Commerce. December 8, 2008.

Abbott, Carl. Urban Renewal. The Oregonian, OpEd submission. February 17, 2008.

MacKinnon, Merry. Local coalition maps neighborhood equity issues. The Bee. January 30 2008.

Mackinnon, Merry.  Equity atlas displays regional disparities. The Outlook. 22 December 2007.

Labbe, Jim and Bob Sallinger. Proposed Park Development Charges Are About Social and Intergenerational Equity.The Oregonian, OpEd submission. 18 December 2007.

Kibel, Paul Stanton. Access to Parkland: Environmental Justice at East Bay Parks. Golden Gate University School of Law. 2007.

Houck, Mike, and Jim Labbe. Ecological Landscapes: Connecting Neighborhood to City and City to Region. In 2007 Metropolitan Briefing Book. Ed. Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies, 2007. 37-48. 

Van der Voo, Leo. Dispersal forms 'doughnut': Church move underscores larger population shift. The Portland Tribune22 June 2007.

Manning, Rob. White Families Lead the Exodus from Metro-area Public Schools. Oregon Public Broadcasting News, 01 May 2007.

Manning, Rob. Group Maps Demographic Trends On Its 'Regional Equity Atlas'. Oregon Public Broadcasting News, 27 February 2007.

Fuglister, Jill, and Jo Ann Bowman. Equity: A Partnership with Future Generations. Oregon's Future: In the Works. Fall 2006.

Korn, Peter. Not all of city is rich in parks: Coalition: Make green space within walking distance the goal. The Portland Tribune. 4 August 2006.

Yaden, Boyd. Forest Park is our Treasure. The Portland Tribune, Letters to the Editor. 1 August 2006. 

Coalition for a Livable Future. Access to Nature and Regional Equity: A summary of results from the Coalition for a Livable Future’s Regional Equity Atlas Project. March 2006.

KBOO 90.7 FM. Why does access to nature matter? What disparities exist within and between the region's cities and neighborhoods and how can we work to ensure everyone has adequate access to nature? 22 February 2006.

McCarthy, Nancy. Parks Measure On Ballot: Initiative would add more greenspaces to Portland metro area. The Skanner. Accessed 30 August 2007.

Moyer, Kelly. New Maps Highlight Region's Inequities: Regional Equity Atlas looks at disparities in Portland and its suburbs, The Skanner, Accessed 30 August 2007.

Suutari, Amanda. Participatory Planning Makes Portland, Oregon A Sustainable City. The EcoTipping Points Project. Accessed 30 August 2007.