Matt Dietrichson, May 09, 13.
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 03, 13.
Since the 1960's the Dutch have been building "living streets", which are designed to encourage human interaction.
Matt Dietrichson, Apr 29, 13.
Funding large master-planned communities can be complicated, but the use of special districts has made it easier in many parts of Texas.
Executive Director of the California Urban Forests Council, Apr 25, 13.
The Forests Where We Live: Six life & death reasons we need our city trees
Jay Blazek Crossley, Apr 25, 13.
The City of Houston will no longer have an "urban" and "suburban" zone, as City Council passed a large suite of changes to Chapter 42 development regulations.
Matt Dietrichson, Apr 24, 13.
Some residents of Manchester, where 90 percent of the tar sands crude would be processed, are fighting the development of the Keystone XL pipeline.
Matt Dietrichson, Mar 26, 13.
Despite their controversial natures, Sugar Land officials claim that traffic accidents have decreased by more than 58 percent at camera-equipped intersections.
Matt Dietrichson, Mar 18, 13.
After winning a $1 million Bloomberg Philanthropies' Mayors Challenge grant, the city of Santa Monica will be studying how to build a resilient community.
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