Overcoming our carbon dependence should be seen as an opportunity to rethink for the better an institution largely shaped by fossil fuel: our cities.
The historic growth of urban American Islam has led some Muslims to respond in innovative ways to the issues and challenges of urban life.
Although there is much to praise about new indexes such as the Social Progress Index, questions remain.
Our typical images of the city often fail us. What we need is a new one that best captures the complexity and beauty of urban life.
City planners should be wary of any predictions that downplay the unknowability of the future by projecting present conditions onto it.
On February 21, 2015, Crosstown Concourse officially broke ground in Memphis, TN. Originally built in 1927 and known as the Sears Crosstown Building, it operated as a Sears store for over 60 years until becoming vacant in the 1990s. Thanks to the recent efforts of many people such as Todd Richardson, new energy and investment has been poured into its revitalization.
In India’s rush to transform, build, and even engineer entire new cities, critics are right to raise concerns about citizenship and access
The renovated Place de la République shows the power of the public square.