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
Check out this video from the Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper reviewing the Southtowns Connector project in Buffalo NY.
This morning NPR had a piece updating Witold Rybinsky's book that he talked about at CNU XV called "Last Harvest" Longtime CNU member and CNU XV host Jason Duckworth is quoted at length.
L.A. Times: "California is about to adopt the nation's first legislation to control planet-warming gases by curbing sprawl.
The University of Cincinnati has just completed an air pollution that takes another look at highway placement with respect to our daily patterns of living.
Mayor Nutter, who has vowed to make urban design a priority again in Philadelphia, has picked Alan Greenberger to oversee the City Planning Commission, selecting an architect with planning experience
Eoin O'Carroll, of the Christian Science Monitor, writes about how Americans are continuing to cut back on driving, despite finding a little relief from gas prices.
In a story on NPR's "Morning Edition", Dallas-area realtor Jeff Updike suggests that much of Texas's residential real estate market has been insulated from the recent downturn, because of a more cauti
A recent Canadian study published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health has found that "compared with living in a wealthy neighborhood farther away, living in a wealthy neighborhood with