It’s interesting to see that in places like Copenhagen, biking is so ubiquitous,...– Martha Roskowski on urban cycling culture.
Since Hurricane Sandy, New York has increased the minimum elevation required for...– Dustin Roasa on how cities are getting disaster-ready.
Symphonies are playing Beethoven’s 6th while walking down city sidewalks, opera...– Meg Peterson on the changing approach to art.
Poor residents have built makeshift homes from whatever materials they can find,...– Drew Reed on recent flooding in La Plata.
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My tag list needs some new additions - what tags do you follow to keep up with interesting urbanism stories? - Joe
To answer the question “How can a city control its Street Art?” Let’s look at an...– Ian Currie on street art culture in Spanish cities.
While projects like highways are meant to propel growth by making areas more...– Scott Beyer on the impact highways can have on cities.
After Margaret Thatcher died, a newspaper in Argentina ran a column whose...– Drew Reed on the similar public transport legacies left by Margaret Thatcher and the Argentinian dictators she despised so much.
Rarotonga, one of the Cook Islands, is trialling an aquaponic farm which...– Christina Madden explains how aquaponics could be a sustainable alternative to traditional food systems.
There’s a limit to the amount of physical change one person can initiate in a...– Joe Peach on the transformative movement being launched in cities across the globe.
Last year, for the first time since records began, local authorities in the UK...– Virginia Marsh breaks the good news that investing in recycling is making financial sense for councils in the UK.