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Demographic Changes, High Gasoline Prices Fuel Demand for Urban Living

In a recent article in The Wall Street Journal, Jonathan Karp suggests that rising fuel costs and a desire to abandon the suburban culture of the previous half-century is causing both baby boomers and ... read more »

CRA/LA, Largest Redevelopment Agency in the Nation, Goes “Green”

According to a recent release on their website, the Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles (CRA/LA), has decided to move forward with its ambitious Healthy Neighborhoods Policy. ... read more »

Oil prices fuel fury from the pulpit. Some clergy question the car's role in society. L.A. Times, June 17, 2008

In houses of worship nationwide, preachers are railing against the forces of energy evil, and congregations are praying for lower fuel prices.Religious leaders are struggling to help their members cop ... read more »

Los Angeles Times, June 17, 2008 Gas prices latest worry for real estate market.

The financial burden of longer commutes makes homes in outlying areas that are already reeling even less attractive. ... read more »

North Carolina Plans for Growth

A great effort initiated by CNU member Ben Brown! ... read more »

Simply Enough, Affordable Apartments in High-Rent Locations

In this article from the San Francisco Chronicle, John King addresses the issue of finding affordable housing in a high-rent location for residents who have a lower income than the area's average clie ... read more »

Charlotte: a City on the Move

As CNU prepares for the 2008 Transportation Summit in Charlotte November 6-8, 2008 that city is making some preparations of its own. ... 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 »

Manufactured Housing Changes Minds, Mississippi Cottages

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 ... read more »

Residents Try a New Life at Oakwood Shores

Chicago Public Radio follows the lives of public housing residents moving into Charter-Award-winning Oakwood Shores. ... read more »