This week brought mixed messages on plans for the site from the Austrian government.
Scheduled to open in November, the shelter has drawn controversy for its location.
In an open letter, the mayors of Paris, Madrid, and Barcelona argue that urban areas should get more federal resources—because they’re the ones getting things done.
While London’s Houses of Parliament are being restored, the MPs will need a place to work. How about this thing?
By spring 2017, the town of Keynsham could get up to 80 percent of its electricity from food waste alone
How did a 60s rock star score the world’s top literature prize? Because Scandinavia is in love with American counterculture.
Talking and listening is as important as a bright idea.
Complaints about new bike lanes are common—and inaccurate.
Three new eastern crossings are promised—for trains, bikes, and cars. Guess which one is controversial.
France has a grand plan for remaking urban transit, and it’s full of aerial cable cars.
Giant, explicit murals have started appearing on the city’s walls. But not everyone is upset about it.
First songs, then soup.
The strange saga of London’s Battersea Power Station, where pigs once flew.
It’s pure victim blaming, say critics.
A long-discussed plan to permanently ban cars from the river’s quayside gained approval Monday, after a tough debate.
A “living rent” plan would tie housing costs to income, but who’s going to build the homes that qualify?
Not all groundbreaking changes are about speed.
The U.K.’s Real Junk Food Project is bringing its network of pay-what-you-can cafés, stalls, and grocery stores to the U.S.