Matt Dietrichson, May 09, 13.
Though it has long been perceived as sign of economic security, some economists are finding that high homeownership rates may be perverting the market.
The Citizen Schools program is bringing private sector professionals into urban public schools to share their expertise with youth after classes let out.
New research out of Canada reports that preschool children are less likely to be obese if they live in a more walkable environment.
Matt Dietrichson, May 08, 13.
Seattle officials have released a 37-year climate action plan, which is one of the most ambitious city-wide initiatives the US has seen.
The city of Charlotte, North Carolina has bold plans for expanding their transit system, and a task force created by the mayor is looking for funding sources.
Matt Dietrichson, May 07, 13.
USDA scientists warn that the continued collapse of American honey bee colonies is leading to a nationwide "pollination disaster".
Matt Dietrichson, May 06, 13.
President Barack Obama has nominated the mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina to head his Department of Transportation.
Straying from their traditional glorification of GNP, Western economists have begun considering the importance of a country's overall happiness.
Matt Dietrichson, May 03, 13.
A recent study shows that metro regions with higher segregation rates have worse performing economies overall.
Since the 1960's the Dutch have been building "living streets", which are designed to encourage human interaction.
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