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The sudden collapse of the coal industry has been as swift as it has been shocking.
3 min ago   Billings Gazette
Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity has already been hard at work renovating homes and improving communities, with an ambitious goal to renovate 100 more homes in the next three years.
1 hour ago
Strong Towns completes another year of its critique of parking policies, brought to retail districts all over the country on the biggest shopping day of the year: Black Friday.
2 hours ago   Strong Towns
The Wall Street Journal reports that a deal is very near—maybe Monday—for a 6-year transportation reauthorization bill with funding for not three years, as both the House and Senate bills include, but five.
3 hours ago   The Wall Street Journal - Politics
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Whether gentrification is common depends on how one defines it. Blog Post
4 hours ago   By Michael Lewyn
Talk about bringing power to the people: eight regional governments in California are in various stages of adopting "community choice" utilities to buy power from the grid in the hopes of cleaning up their energy portfolio.
19 hours ago   San Jose Mercury News
Paul Krugman, one of the most influential voices of liberal policy in the United States, has identified a culprit in the U.S. affordability crisis: over-regulation.
20 hours ago   The New York Times
With a light rail network now reaching 60 miles, the Portland region is ready to explore its next regional transit options.
21 hours ago   The Oregonian
World leaders are meeting in Paris this week for the United Nation's COP21 talks. But what exactly are the main topics of discussion?
22 hours ago   Doggerel
President Obama left for Paris on Sunday to partake in the climate talks known as COP21. Coral Davenport of The New York Times looks at the legacy implications for the president stemming from his commitment to fighting climate change.
23 hours ago   The New York Times - Politics
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Smart policies can provide significant greenhouse gas emission reductions in ways that help achieve other planning objectives, including economic development, social equity, and public health. Who will implement these policies? We will! Blog Post
Yesterday   By Todd Litman