The cities are winning! No, the ’burbs are! Why do we bicker about census numbers?
Los Angeles and other cities have been leading the fight against climate change. Now, they’re preparing for the inevitable.
Final transportation bill is a major letdown for advocates of transit, bikes, and other car alternatives.
Between-year census numbers suggest that many of our largest cities are growing more quickly than the shriveling suburbs. But it’s not just because cities are awesome.
After months of wrangling, the House and Senate have settled on a final transportation bill. It's not pretty.
We came, we saw, we spent hours and hours stuck in Rio’s mythic traffic jams. Here's what we have to show for it.
Arnold Schwarzenegger skips out on a mostly lame Rio+20, robbing the world of at least five chances for "I'll be back" to weave its way into speeches about sustainable development.
On one side of Rio de Janeiro, world leaders debated the future of the planet. On the other, a grassroots gathering gave a glimpse of the realities of life in the developing world.
The final Earth Summit agreement, to be signed by world leaders on Friday, isn’t worth the paper it’s printed on, according to many critics. But that doesn’t mean it was a waste of time.
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