Book Trailer: A New Coast
In A New Coast, Jeffrey Peterson draws a comprehensive picture of how storms and rising seas will change the coast. Peterson offers a clear-eyed assessment of how governments can work with the private sector and citizens to be better prepared for the coming coastal inundation.
UDC CAUSES-TV: New Top Food Cities
Take a moment and make a mental list of America’s top foodie cities in the Unites States. What cities come to mind? I am guessing, but I suspect Boise, Idaho or Sitka, Alaska are probably not on that list! Yet, they are the new face of the food movement. Healthy and sustainable fare is changing communities across this country, revitalizing towns that have been ravaged by disappearing industries and decades of inequity.
Food Town, USA: Jacksonville
Jacksonville is one of the cities featured in Mark Winne's Food Town, USA. During his visit, Winne met leaders who are addressing food insecurity, entrepreneurs of the thriving food scene, and innovative farmers who are transforming food production and distribution.
CNU Webcast with Jeff Speck on Walkable City Rules
CNU's Membership Engagement Manager Jay Shepley speaks with Jeff Speck about his new book, Walkable City Rules; 101 Steps to Making Better Places during their November webcast. During this conversation, Jay asks people about Jeff's new book, diving into why a rule book is needed and how it's a benefit to the new urbanist community.
“Three Revolutions” in Transport: Interview of Dan Sperling on Bloomberg TV
Professor Dan Sperling, director of the UC Davis Institute of Transportation Studies talks about ride-sharing and the future of self-driving cars in an interview on Bloomberg TV, the world's most-watched business news network. Professor Sperling is the author of Three Revolutions: Steering Automated, Shared, and Electric Vehicles to a Better Future, published in March 2018 by Island Press.
Jason Mark - Satellites in the High Country Chat
Jason Mark's exclusive chat with Rewilding Adventure sweepstakes entrants on 22 Sept. 2015.