Heather Smith's blog
Next Wednesday, June 1, at 5:15pm, I’m headed to Madison to hear the speech of a lifetime. I’m a geography geek and William Cronon is one of the high priests of my field.
Last week's post from Ben Schulman, "Roads Aren't the Problem.
CNU member Ryan Snyder convened the first day of Renew Los Angeles County today. There was a lot of energy in the room this morning as Ryan called to order about 50 seasoned street design experts from around the country to help the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health achieve better designs in streets, networks and public health.
One of the greatest things about CNU is the wealth of knowledge, creativity, and experience of our members. Every year we get together to exchange ideas about creating healthy, viable, sustainable, and enjoyable communities at the Annual Congress. These events give us a forum to talk about the future of urbanism, develop and refine solutions, and network with like-minded individuals.
A huge thank you to everyone who participated, attended, spoke, and organized sessions at CNU 18: "Rx for Healthy Places" in Atlanta, GA.
Congratulations to CNU members — and CNU too — who helped make New Urbanism one of the leading source of urban tweets in 2009.
There's been a lot of debate lately about the new Virginia Connectivity Standards are stirring up much debate.
Continuing the Atlanta Regional Comission Charrette a panel of experts from the National Center of Healthy Aging, the Wesley Woods Geriatric Center and the Department of Community Health discussed ba
At the Lifelong Communities Charrette . the Atlanta Regional Commission and DPZ Charrette