Due to the rapid growth of its cities, China's middle class is growing—but so is its urban poor.
The public debate around climate change is no longer about science—it’s about values, culture, and ideology.
Oregon’s land-use policies have preserved farmland and led to smart urban growth.
The Barr Fellows Network is changing the way work gets done in Boston’s large and entrenched social sector.
Entrepreneurs are setting up shop in the nation's urban food deserts.
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In his latest book, David Sloan Wilson argues that evolutionary theory should be used to illuminate and tackle urban problems.
A Philadelphia study connects green spaces to neighborhood safety.
Living Cities is working with five US municipalities to develop an ecosystem for solving urban problems.
KaBOOM! How One Man Built a Movement to Save Play by Darell Hammond
EMBARQ, a network of sustainable transportation experts, has grown quickly,
thanks to impressive fundraising and the design of a model program.