The pandemic has challenged my urbanist beliefs, but buildings aren’t responsible for human problems.
With 22 million-plus out of work, we need jobs and public-works vision for the future.
Coronavirus is a global pandemic, but our choices today will help our neighborhoods tomorrow.
Preparing for coronavirus at home isn’t about shutting yourself in—it’s about reaching out.
Driving short trips because walking and biking doesn’t feel safe is one reason transportation emissions keep going up.
Contests to fix everyday urban issues create spectacles instead of solutions.
It’s always important to gather accurate data for LA’s homeless count—but this is the year that our unhoused neighbors need us most.
In this country, race still influences where and how you live. The Democratic debate lost the voices that can explain why.
The "people mover" being built in Vegas appears to be more of a mechanism for giving one-minute test rides in Teslas.
Some Climate Mayors make big promises on the international stage, but expand fossil-fuel infrastructure at home.
Flight shaming should be directed at officials building fossil-fuel infrastructure, not passengers.
Long waits will only get shorter when the airport truly prioritizes shared transportation options.
But meaningful action on the streets will depend upon the next mayor
For many Brooklynites, the destruction of Admiral’s Row and its extensive woodlands represents a tragic loss
The state has worked for 40 years to successfully reduce emissions—but that never gets mentioned when hillsides burn.
We need to spend 12 percent less time in our cars—about two car-free trips per week—and probably much more.
The issue isn’t flights and hotels—it’s about who grants and gets access.
City leaders will make a bigger climate impact by helping people avoid driving in the first place.
A chilling Amazon investigation shows the importance of "rightsizing" vehicles on city streets.
"Hardening" schools exacts a financial and psychological toll on students.
It’s not just our fossil fuel dependence that needs to be addressed, it’s our car dependence.