Carlton Eley
Environmental Planner
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
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Carlton Eley is an environmental protection specialist at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency where he has responsibility for designing and implementing analyses on the economic, environmental, and community impacts of smart growth construction practices and providing project leadership and input from other EPA offices and outside experts and stakeholders.

During his fellowship, Carlton was based at the Ministry for the Environment in Wellington where he assessed how local planning institutions and developers have responded to the New Zealand Resource Management Act, advanced mutual sharing of best practices applied by stakeholders within New Zealand and the U.S. to facilitate smart growth, and conducted a modified smart growth evaluation to gauge where New Zealand communities stand in implementing smart growth. His project is titled Smart Growth Down Under.

eley.carlton@epa.gov

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