Chuck Wolfe, author of the new book Seeing the Better City, shares how photo-powered “urban diaries” can give residents a powerful new way to contribute to the dialogue that shapes their cities
Last week was the Trump administration's self-proclaimed "Infrastructure Week." While...
A new report details the increasing implementation of citywide green infrastructure networks, including investments on both public and privately owned sites.
Sit at the tables where people are deciding where the new school will go, whether to expand the bus stop or if a new business can drop itself into a neighborhood, and the first question that comes to mind is, “Where are all the people of color?”
The best career advice I’ve ever received was not in fact career advice at all. It was a tweet, and it said something along the lines of ‘what you spend your time doing when you’re procrastinating, you should do for the rest of your life.’ After a brief...
In Within Walking Distance, journalist and urban critic Philip Langdon takes an in-depth look at six walkable communities—and the citizens, public officials, and planners who are making...
Cities and states should pursue equitable water solutions, not water shutoffs
Seattle’s proposed tax on sugar-sweetened beverages is an opportunity to invest in the health of those most in need: working families and low-income communities of color
Communities of color are leading the People’s Climate March all over the country. Why? Because climate change starts in frontline neighborhoods
True resilience is finding the sweet spot between hyper-connectedness and rigorous self-sufficiency