CNU 25

This panel explores the dearth of diversity in urban design and planning—and its impact on communities. It also suggests ways to build a pipeline of talent that better reflects the diversity of cities. 

Everyone – regardless of background, disposition, or profession – can use their senses to explore and observe urban space. 


Twenty years ago New Urbanism was launched as a big idea. And like other powerful ideas, it has mutated as it has metastasized and gotten weird in multiple ways. Like other assaults on orthodoxy, it has become an orthodoxy (or several).


Island Press partnered with the Smithsonian Institution for a Greening Greater Washington Seminar featuring Island Press author Timothy Beatley, author of ...

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