Herein are some modest resources to help folks access information about the possibilities for the transformative regeneration of Haiti's environment.  Please don't hesitate to let us know what else we should include here! 

~Plans for Haiti (and Port au Prince)~

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Several Plans for Haiti and Port au Prince have been worked on over the last several years, including some before the earthquake.  Unbelievable as it may seem, until now, these plans have not been consolidated and made available to the citizens of Haiti and other concerned parties in one place.  Herein we initiate a modest attempt to make as many of these plans as possible available for public review and comment.

~ISPAN Bulletins~
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ISPAN is The National Institute for Historic Preservation (Institut de Sauvegarde du Patrimoine National) charged with documenting and promoting the preservation of Haiti's environmental heritage.  Herein are  links to their invaluable illustrated bulletins, in French along with some rough English translations.

~Partners & Mentors~

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Herein you will find links to and information on our strategic partners and mentors, those who have supported and inspired us with our work in Haiti.

~Other Resources & Links~

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Herein are various other links and resources for the transformative environmental reconstruction and redevelopment of Haiti that don't fit into the other three categories.  This includes a bibliography of important writings on Haitian architecture, planning, landscape and environmental culture.