We want to alert you to an impending threat to some relatively small but important programs that are on the cho
California voters rejected Prop 23. The oil and gas industry dumped millions into the pro 23 campaign, but California's citizens saw through the ads and voted overwhelmingly against the Proposition. CNU co founder Peter Calthorpe was part of a bi partisan coalition against Prop 23.
There is a proposition on the California ballot that, if passed, will essentially repeal California’s strongest environmental protection law designed to decrease auto dependency and reduce greenhouse gasses This initiative, known as proposition 23, threatens a body of law enacted over the last few years by a bipartisan coalition including Republican Governor Ar
Act Now to Make Sure the CLEAN TEA amendment — and Federal Support for Connected Street Networks — are in the Climate BillSubmitted by JNorquist on Thu, 07/30/2009 - 4:57pm
Buffalo is a port on Lake Erie with no visible connection to the lake. The entire shoreline is separated from the neighborhood fabric of Buffalo by grade separated highways.
Can we avoid the upcoming Economic Recovery Program from being a Stimulus to Nowhere?
New highway construction has been destructive to US Metro areas inducing sprawl and degrading existing neighborhoods.
Sim Van Der Ryn accepted CNU's Athena Medal at the Sustainable Communities '08 symposium in San Francisco on Friday.
I'm pleased to say that the U.S.
The following essay by John Norquist, President and CEO of CNU, appeared in the Philadelphia Inquirer on Thursday, May 17, 2007.