Dockside Green, a redevelopment of a former brownfield site in Victoria, British Columbia, has been all about sustainability from the beginning.
Improving the environment, economy, and social equity in distressed neighborhoods is possible if the right players are involved.
The best way to save wilderness is through strong, compact, beautiful communities that are more urban and do not encroach on places of natural value.
The majority of Americans consider themselves to be good drivers, according to a new Allstate survey. The rest of the survey reveals a different story
A historic house in Ann Arbor generates more energy than it consumes, is located in a walkable neighborhood.
The Atlanta BeltLine shows some progress and much remaining potential.
The relationship between smart urban development and rural conservation is a mutually beneficial one.
The celebrated urban planner’s ideas are still highly relevant to today’s thinking about communities and sustainability.
“Katrina cottages,” alternatives to FEMA trailers used after Hurricane Katrina, find new life around the country as housing and educational facilities.