Blessed are the 'place-makers?'
A handful of leading innovators and experts in the field of sustainability met for a unique one-day seminar on September 26 to explore the juncture of ecology and urbanism and discuss the future of su
CNU's list of "Freeways Without Futures" has gotten quite a bit of web coverage since its release last week.
Sim Van Der Ryn accepted CNU's Athena Medal at the Sustainable Communities '08 symposium in San Francisco on Friday.
The front page of the Chicago Tribune Metro Section had an article highlighting the Center for Neighborhood Technology's research linking housing affordability and transportation.
There really is no better time for enjoying the life of city streets than a mid-September Sunday.
CNU's annual transportation summit is approaching fast! This year's event will take place in Charlotte from November 6-8.
In a southern California subdivision named for a favored section of Italy that sits in a town named for a made-up Danish castle that was the setting for great tragedy, fantastic farce is taking pla
Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper's Julie O'Neill wrote a passionate opinion piece in the Buffalo News, "Let's keep waterfront route at grade level