The vast majority of neighborhoods in American cities do not "trade places." Instead, concentrated poverty and its opposite, concentrated affluence, are surprisingly persistent.
Social innovations that improve the health of cities
In his latest book, David Sloan Wilson argues that evolutionary theory should be used to illuminate and tackle urban problems.
KaBOOM! How One Man Built a Movement to Save Play by Darell Hammond
CLIMATOPOLIS: How Our Cities Will Thrive in the Hotter Future by Matthew E. Kahn
Whole Earth Discipline: An Ecopragmatist Manifesto by Stewart Brand
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Waller offers an intimate exposé of crime and drugs in the inner city.
Cross-sector collaboration is the key to community revitalization.