Streetsblog asks the question Can Transit Expansion Produce Sprawl Like Highways Do? looks at the proposed Silver line in Washington DC and speaks to some experts about the possible sprawl, | Read More
UPI.com reports U.S. scientists say a study of 70-year-old dried plant specimens from Indianapolis reveals the impact of increasing urbanization on plant diversity. Butler University researchers examined 2,800 dried plants | Read More
Kaid Benfield recently wrote What Does a ‘Sustainable Community’ Actually Look Like? for the Atlantic. Benfield uses a narrative to create Sustainaville – a sustainable community. He goes on to | Read More
Traffic calming is often boring and uninspiring use of speed humps, table tops, islands, circles, rumble strips. Recently Christophe Machet was commissioned by the Municipality of Gland in Switzerland and | Read More
Green dream lives on: A savvy breed of developers are breaking ground on sustainable communities in the Independent newspaper There are about 10 communities around the country, loosely following principles | Read More
Adam Greenfield at Cognitive Cities Conference from Cognitive Cities on Vimeo.