Academic Papers that were presented at CNU XVI are now online. This year's papers covered a variety of topics, ranging from Light Imprint New Urbanism to regional studies in parking demand.
I'm going to be in London for several days in early September and I would love if people could share their favorite places...parks/squares, beautiful streets, great buildings.
As the senate continues debate on the Lieberman-Warner Bill today, please consider sending a message to your Senator in support of the bill, but also urge them to increase the proport
In this article from the Miami Herald, Britney Maloney informs readers of Hurricane Katrina inspired replacement housing that is not only safe and energy-efficient, but could conform to the building c
While many Chicago neighborhoods are great places for walking, pedestrians still face quality of life and safety issues walking our streets every day.
"You're seeing more Americans trying to work from home, finding jobs that are closer to their homes or moving to new homes that are closer to their jobs," Portalatin said.
In this article from The Guardian, a British news source, Peter Hetherington briefs readers on the past, present, and future of the HOPE VI program.
Here in Whangarei, New Zealand the planners are trying to find a similarly sized city that has overcome obstacles to become cool.
LEED-ND, CNU's partnership with the USGBC and NRDC is an important guide to creating sustainable neighborhoods -- and Sonoma Mountain Village north of San Francisco is a LEED-ND pilot project.