Singapore wants to go from being “a garden city” to “a city in a garden.” That could mean benefits for residents’ health, children’s development, and water and air quality.
If you thought the op-ed page of the Wall Street Journal couldn't possibly become any more backward or retrograde, the good news is, you're right! Today, the editors of the only newspaper opinion section to occasionally defeat Fox News in terms of sheer …
Work-of-art buildings by Frank Gehry or I.M. Pei often take prominent roles in cities across the globe — but they fail at creating a sense of place
Like the airline industry, the shipping industry objects to the E.U.'s decisions to include it in a emissions trading system. Will the federal government be spending less on disaster response in the future? Somehow “let ‘em drown” doesn’t seem like …
Vacant lots are the scourge of cities around the world, but they offer acres of unfulfilled potential for urban renewal.
Seattle looks at an ambitious scenario involving changes in travel modes, more energy-efficient buildings, and shifts to alternative energy sources.
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.