Living close to public amenities—from parks to grocery stores—increases trust, decreases loneliness, and restores faith in local government.
While Uber and Argentine officials argue over whether the company is an app or a transportation company, drivers suffer fines, violence, and instability.
The vacation rental industry is mired in claims that it harms neighborhoods and housing markets. Can a nonprofit co-op make the tourist trend a community asset?
They might even be greener than electric ones.