Social design is changing how we build and conceive of cities.
Cities that want resilient downtowns must focus on two critical areas: updating regulatory frameworks and addressing the fundamentals of accessibility.
Our lawns guzzle too much of it. There’s a lot we can do to reduce outdoor water use without losing the landscapes we enjoy.
Access to federal funds is essential to help Puerto Rico recover from natural disasters. But, as the money begins to flow, we must ask, “Puerto Rico for whom?”
What border communities really need are solutions to address economic, health and climate problems — and the mesquite tree can help.
Learning from Singapore's holistic approach to water sustainability.
Climate change is impacting our health now and acts as a threat multiplier to exacerbate our many social and health equity challenges.
What makes a successful home energy reduction program? In North Carolina, a focus on equity, strong partnerships, and a supportive utility is producing a myriad of community benefits.
“I want to make sure that we can do all the economic development stuff...but if everyone's miserable on the inside, it's not worth a beautiful facade.”
Can you sniff out a great story? Do you have a unique perspective that is currently missing from DC-area conversations about urban planning? If that sounds like you, you just might be a great fit!