Mayor Charlie Hales talks to CityLab about regulating fossil fuels at the local level and organizing cities to take meaningful climate action on their own.
A lack of public space makes the development of the Ramlet el-Bayda beach particularly painful for the poorer residents of Lebanon’s capital city.
Trump’s vote share increased in half of all metro areas compared to Romney.
That money will pay for more bike lanes and bridges. Can it also buy a genuine cultural change?
One lawyer says that she’s seen a tenfold increase in calls, emails, and inquiries to her firm since the election.
Why a Global Parliament of Mayors matters now more than ever.
Our American landscape needs to tell the full American story.
Maybe Dr. Ben Carson is not the best choice for HUD secretary, but the link between housing and health makes a medical professional a good pick for this Cabinet position.
Experts with varying opinions weigh in on what the arm of the Department of Education could look like under the new administration.
The top cities mass-produce compost, use landfill gas to heat a stadium, and “deconstruct” rather than demolish homes.
The next four years will decide if the world can deliver on the Paris agreement, and cities are tasked with an ambitious call to jumpstart the effort.
Mere miles from New York City, immigrant families struggle to get by without the support sanctuary policies would offer them.
Jobs that pay well but don’t require a bachelor’s degree are what many Americans want—and these days, they’re not found on an assembly line.
Mayors of neighboring cities say they’re suffering from plans to turn a major roadway into a car-free zone.
In a stunning act of censorship, Corridart was dismantled on orders from Jean Drapeau just before the ‘76 Summer Games.
After the election, universities are positioning themselves as sources of information about immigration rights.
Former Labor Secretary Elaine Chao’s connections to Congress will likely prove useful.
Large metros voted for Clinton. Everywhere else went for Trump.