A handful of local governments are encouraging meat cutbacks to curb climate change.
The transformation of the Petite Ceinture will ultimately become the city’s biggest-ever railway conversion project.
Can a city experiencing a tourism boom avoid turning into a place geared mainly for visitors?
In many high-poverty urban neighborhoods, it’s nearly impossible for a poor child to find something to read in the summer.
London’s Oxford Street will ban cars, buses and taxis starting in 2020.
Once blighted and overlooked, these small streets are transforming into community and sustainability hotspots.
Thai authorities say they will finally move the city’s power, cable, and telecommunications lines underground after the philanthropist posted about it—incorrectly—on Facebook.
In the U.S., only New Jersey mandates this practice.
City leaders across the globe would do well to pay attention.
In Covington, Kentucky, local businesses and design teams collaborated on quirky installations that take up as much space as a car.
The nonprofit Back on My Feet, which promotes jogging routines to help stabilize the lives of homeless people, will launch in the Bay Area in the fall.
Amid the statewide drought, a new pilot program hopes to promote the local water supply.
No more “groups of naked men or women with an inflatable penis,” say locals.
When it comes to green infrastructure, the city’s got plenty of parcels to work with.
Electronic displays, texts, and social media blitzes will all feature.
If the state has a better grasp on the dividends it reaps from trees, it might support investing in them.
The East Bay hub is poised for an economic boom, but the city needs to overcome a deep-seated resistance to growth.
Through book donations and creative writing classes, one man is giving back to a community of which he was once a part.
Poorly planned and weakly enforced infrastructure repairs have created a vicious cycle.
With rampant development threatening the historic district, Music City is stepping up with a plan to preserve it.