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Death to Sustainability!

Got your attention, didn't it? ... read more »

Follow CNU News and Views on Twitter (as well as Facebook)

CNU is now on Twitter... or at least it should be. Follow "NewUrbanism" for the latest news from CNU and the latest views from the CNU Salons, CNU's group blog. ... read more »

Where Walkable Encounters Affordable: Collingswood, N.J

Once largely blue collar, the 1.9-square-mile borough suffered during the 1980s and early ’90s from its proximity to Camden just to the west, and the exodus of businesses to malls. ... read more »

New to the Affordability Initiative!

As part of our Affordability Initiative, Congress for the New Urbanism is beginning a continuing series on various issues in affordable housing. ... read more »

Beyond Great: The New Urbanism and Beyond, edited by Tigran Hass

New Urbanism and Beyond, edited by Tigran Hass and published by Rizzoli is now out and appearing in stores. ... read more »

NCI Charrettes: Bill Lennertz

The National Charrette Institute's Bill Lennertz explains how the collaborative decision-making process of a charrette contributes to New Urbanist approaches: ... read more »

CNUXVI to offer more AIA, AICP, and ASLA credits than ever before

Architects, planners, and landscapers, rejoice! ... read more »

Call for Submissions: Connecting Active Living Research to Policy Solutions

Active Living Research forwarded CNU the following announcement. New Urbanism has a lot to contribute to the public health discussion, so if you're doing relevant research, please consider sharing it with ALR. ... read more »