Last month, NRDC launched an interactive web site featuring transformative visions of how smart growth development could be implemented across the country.
Is the slum in the title of the wildly popular Oscar contender Slumdog Millionaire a fetid, altogether inhospitable place that any reasonable person would try desperately to escape?
Is the Seaside regulating code poster available in electronic form anywhere on the Internet?
The Urban Land Institute has produced a remarkable report that examines in depth how where we live affects how much we drive, and consequently how much we must spend on transportation and housing.
Like Jane Jacobs, David Lewis held to a resolute belief in the power of traditio
Philadelphia is this season's venue for the Mayors' Institute on City Design, a sort of traveling university that was created to teach urban mayors about the role design plays in infrastructure and re
I am immensely grateful to my colleagues at NRDC and in the broader smart growth movement for being on top of what's been going on in the stimulus negotiations, particularly with respect to transporta