Gentrification is neither a quick nor an easy study—as many Planetizen readers know. But what has been discovered thus far, and what obstacles to more understanding need to be overcome?
Sep 20, 2015 The Washington Post - Wonkblog
A closer look at the data of a study revealing the number of trees on the planet shows several ways to compare and contrast the relative resources, in the form of trees, of countries around the world.
Sep 17, 2015 The Washington Post
A news study, combining satellite imagery and field study, dramatically increases the estimated trees in the world. What has not changed: how quickly humans are killing those trees off.
Sep 4, 2015 The Washington Post
New research examines the role of public investments in gentrification.
Sep 3, 2015 CityLab
A study recently published in the Journal of the American Planning Association finds that the APA's definition of "great neighborhoods" might be leaving low-income and minority populations behind. Exclusive
Aug 27, 2015 By
A new study finds evidence of a causal link between bikeshare and congestion in Washington, D.C.
Aug 26, 2015 Resources for the Future
Researchers from the University of Texas identified the places in Dallas that suffer a lack of adequate transit service. Leading the list: Far North Dallas.
Jul 7, 2015 The Dallas Morning News
A new study finds evidence of the benefits of green space for the cognitive development of children.
Jun 18, 2015 The Atlantic
A study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences finds evidence of the decline of sprawl as the dominant form of construction in the United States and attracted lots of media attention in the process.
Jun 16, 2015 Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences
The American Planning Association is keeping tabs on a bill making its way through Congress that would cut funding for the U.S. Census Bureau.
Jun 7, 2015 APA Policy News