Environment

What does Waxman mean for us?

In a rather big victory for progressives (or liberals, if you prefer), House Democrats Thursday voted 137-122 to make Rep. ... read more »

Meet the mew neighbors

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 ... read more »

Moving forward, cutting back

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. ... read more »

Video: CEOs for Cities' Driven to the Brink

Check out this fun video from CEOs for Cities: ... read more »

All that (and much less) in a gallon of milk?

The June 30 edition of the New York Times saw fit to print news of a major step forward for both the lactose tolerant and efforts to reduce vehicle miles traveled: Costco and Wal-Mart are using ... read more »

Energy Prices Spurring "Reversal of Desirability"

Great article by Peter Goodman in today's New York Times, "Rethinking the Country ... read more »

Write Your Senator Today on the Lieberman-Warner Bill!

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 ... read more »

CNU planners, SmartCode play key role in first deep-green "One-Planet" development in U.S.

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. ... read more »

Wired: Urban Living Is Kinder to the Planet Than the Suburban Lifestyle

Wired magazine this month covers 10 "green heresies" that challenge our assumptions about sustainability in the article ... read more »

Washington Post: A Transportation Crossroads

More encouraging mainstream news coverage that "gets it." A Transportation Crossroads By Judith Rodin Washington Post, Friday, May 9, 2008; Page A27 ... read more »