Climate change is water change, the saying goes, but the extremes introduced by our shifting global systems make it difficult to predict local conditions and plan for the future. Learn how three communities are adapting their planning processes and their relationships with water, offering lessons...
Urban planners from major cities across the United States have pledged to address the profession’s contributions to systemic racism, segregation, and inequity. We caught up with several of them to learn how they’re working toward that promise.
Downtown offices are sitting empty, while the cities they anchor desperately need more housing. Could those unused cubicles and conference rooms be converted into homes? We share lessons from Calgary, Denver, and other cities on the leading edge of office conversions.
A case study from the Center for Community Investment explores how a coalition of nonprofits, businesses, government agencies, and others is working to preserve housing affordability along a new transit line in the DC suburbs.