Tags: Gabriel Metcalf, social change, SPUR history
Transportation-related greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are the fastest growing source of emissions in the U.S., and are currently responsible for almost 30% of the nation's total GHG output.
Should you be driving on the highway in rural northwest Norway keep your eyes peeled for more than just the natural beauty.
NRDC has just released a guide to SB 375, the nation's first legislation to link transportation and land use planning with global warming.
Our friends at the Sightline Institute in Cascadia have put together a primer on the federal climate bill, aka the American Clean Energy and Security Act (AC
Times Square has under gone a transformation lately, with lounge
Earlier this month, after ten years of advocacy from neighbors, activists and artists alike, the first of three sections of New York's
Tags: community activism, community planning, High Line, New York, urban parks
We spend much of our days with a roof over our heads, but rarely think of how roof exteriors could be so much more than just a weather shield. The growing urban rooftop farming movement just may
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