Matt Dietrichson, Jun 19, 13.
Local food advocates should rejoice the passage of three influential bills that will improve Texan's access to healthy local foods.
Matt Dietrichson, Jun 13, 13.
A new study confirms that LEED certified neighborhood developments result in significantly reduced driving rates.
Blogger, author, photographer, and former teacher, Jun 13, 13.
The wisdom of one place: Why we need to know where we are
Scientists have determined that the Western and Nothwestern US is becoming increasingly dusty, causing numerous environmental and health impacts.
Editor and Writer for The Dirt, Jun 13, 13.
Green infrastructure is becoming mainstream
David Crossley, Jun 12, 13.
The Uptown BRT project got a boost when an H-GAC committee voted to recommend funding for it.
Matt Dietrichson, Jun 11, 13.
A report from the International Energy Agency claims it is still not too late to prevent a 2 degree Celsius rise in global temperatures, and suggests 4 policies
Matt Dietrichson, Jun 10, 13.
A Wisconsin court ruling may require planners across the country to publicly consider the effects on sprawl, transit, and equity before doing highway expansions
Matt Dietrichson, Jun 05, 13.
A new study out of Texas shows that desalination and long-haul transfer are less sustainable than water conservation.
Baltimore-based freelance writer, web editor, and actor, Jun 04, 13.
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