Matt Dietrichson, May 19, 13.
The staff, board, and volunteers of Houston Tomorrow work every day to improve the quality of life for all the people of the Houston region.
Matt Dietrichson, May 14, 13.
In a newly released Gallup poll, only three metro regions had a lower percentage of citizens report feeling "safe walking alone at night".
Matt Dietrichson, May 09, 13.
The Citizen Schools program is bringing private sector professionals into urban public schools to share their expertise with youth after classes let out.
Last updated, Apr 30, 13.
Houston Tomorrow announces the first annual Houston Catalyst Award Ceremony for September 26
Matt Dietrichson, Apr 15, 13.
New research shows that exposure to automobile emissions may make children more susceptible to certain kinds of cancers.
Chicago's DOT has introduced their Complete Streets Design Guidelines, heralding a major shift towards pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure.
Freelance writer, editor of the California Planning & Development Report, Apr 15, 13.
The chemistry of safer, denser cities
Matt Dietrichson, Mar 28, 13.
Utilizing new brain wave sensor technology, researchers in Scotland have successfully tested the theory that spending time in nature can improve concentration.
In a diversifying economy, sociologist Stephen Klineberg says urban development and beautification efforts are needed to attract a talented workforce.
Matt Dietrichson, Mar 26, 13.
A new study shows a significant percentage of asthma in children can be attributed to breathing car exhaust, similar to the effects of second-hand smoke.
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