Headlines: A role for the slower roll
Opinion: Why cities should embrace slow mobility
Governing, August 2018
It’s not necessarily about traveling far and fast.
How urban planners can promote health and wellness
Curbed, July 25, 2018
The Baton Rouge Health District offers ideas for bringing together urban planning with public health goals.
Demystifying the real estate development world for minority youth
Next City, August 1, 2018
“It’s not a talent gap, it’s an information gap. It boils down to access to information and access to capital.”
White America is slowly self-segregating
Vox, July 31, 2018
How many white people have reacted to increasing exposure to nonwhite populations, who are following in their footsteps and pursuing the traditional American dream.
Transforming stormwater from a nuisance to a necessity
Pacific Standard, July 20, 2018
How better use of stormwater can increase climate change resilience.
“Something has gone horribly wrong”
Kut News, August 2, 2018
CodeNEXT, the revision of Austin’s zoning code, has gone back to the drawing board after divisive politics threatened its success.
The struggle for affordable housing in Missouri
Daily Journal, August 1, 2018
A study from the Missouri Community Action Network finds a large affordability gap for many Missourians, especially when energy use and transportation are factored in with basic housing costs.
Greenfield Avenue residents push for positive change
Urban Milwaukee, August 1, 2018
“We just want to bring the neighbors out, and let people know we care about the neighborhood. And we’re not going away.”
How a Silicon Valley city cut landmark deals to solve a water crisis
Water Deeply, July 25, 2018
The intersection of redevelopment, gentrification, water issues, and affordable housing.