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NPR: Home Prices Drop Most in Areas with Long Commute

While many news stories about real estate these days are pointing to regional declines in home sales and price, most are missing the nuance by lumping together sprawl and urbanism. ... read more »

Robert Campbell in Boston Globe on Prince Charles and new Scottish project

Robert Campbell of the Boston Globe writes about Knockroon, the planned new project of Prince Charles and the Prince's Foundation, in southwest Scotland's economically depressed region of East Ayrshir ... read more »

More News Coverage of CNU XVI

More local news coverage from CNU XVI... ... read more »

Local Austin News Coverage of CNU XVI

Here's a series of clips from local Austin news outlets covering CNU XVI. Thanks "russrhea" for posting to YouTube! ... read more »

NPR Covers the Impact of Urbanism on Driving/Climate Change

NPR ran a great two-part report on the impact of driving on climate change. ... read more »

Why the housing slump hasn't hit New York or San Francisco

Interesting article in today's New York Times Magazine at http://www.nytimes.com/2008/04/06/realestate/keymagazine/406Lede-t.html?... ... read more »

Take a look at China

It is an article of faith among some defenders of the sprawl status quo that China is inevitably trending towards sprawl (thus allegedly proving that the human desire for sprawl is universal). ... read more »

Early Press Coverage of CNU XVI

CNU received a warm welcome from the local media as attendees are arriving in Austin. Follow the links below for some of the early coverage. The Austin Chronicle, March 28, 2008 ... read more »

Canons for Sustainable Architecture and Urbanism on line at cnu.org/canons

Elizabeth Moule, Stefanos Polyzoides and I presented a document at the Green Council that was intended to serve as a lesser companion to the Charter in the area of green urbanism and ... read more »

Sustainable Urbanism: Stapleton, CO Featured in WSJ

Shelly Banjo's piece in the Wall Street Journal focuses on new communities that strive to be 'green' and reduce sprawl. ... read more »