Students Break Out
by Becky Brun, Brian EdstromMay 16, 2005
- Alternative spring breaks: These young people experienced adventure, camaraderie, and the satisfaction of making a difference--plus a few surprises
Extreme Makeover: Neighborhood Edition
by David WannMay 09, 2005
Five Ways to a Great Place
by Kathy MaddenMay 09, 2005
- Project for Public Spaces works to create places that attract people. What makes these places work?
The New City Beautiful
by Francesca LymanMay 09, 2005
- Vancouver, Seattle, London, and Chicago are getting healthier and more beautiful through "green urbanism."
by Mary NelsonMay 09, 2005
- Incorporates a mix of high-density residential, retail and office functions all within easy access of a major transit stop.
Community Land Trusts
by Susan Witt, Merrian FullerMay 09, 2005
- CLT's take land out of the speculative market and hold it for farmland, conservation or as sites for housing or businesses.
Community Benefit Agreements
by Laura JosephMay 09, 2005
- Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy (LAANE) developed "community benefits agreements" to specify benefits to be provided to neighborhoods affected by a particular development.
Cities For All: An Interview with Angela Glover Blackwell
by Sarah van GelderMay 09, 2005
- Angela Glover Blackwell is founder and CEO of PolicyLink, a national organization working for economic and social equity. Her work has centered on revitalizing low-income communities and communities of color and public-interest law. She recently co-authored Searching for the Uncommon Common Ground: New Dimensions on Race in America (2002, WW Norton & Co).
Indicator: Students Target Coke
by Krista CanmenzindMay 05, 2005
- USAS campaign protests Coca Cola human rights violations at Colombian bottling plants
Unocal Settling Suits in Burma
by Lisa KundratMay 05, 2005
- Unocal agrees to settle lawsuits in connection with the company's construction of an oil pipeline.
U.S. to Become Net Food Importer
by Doug PibelMay 05, 2005
- Figures released at the end of 2004 by the Department of Agriculture showed that in 2005, for the first time in more than 50 years, the U.S. will have no trade surplus in food.
Hybrids as Job Perk
by Katharine MieszkowskiMay 05, 2005
South Korea Pioneers Solar and Tidal Energy
by Rik LangedoenMay 05, 2005
- South Korea builds world's biggest solar power plant and tidal energy power plant
Power Plants Agree to Slash Pollution
by Carolyn McConnellMay 05, 2005
Mayors Call for abolition of Nuclear Weapons
by Monika AzymurskaMay 05, 2005
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