National Public Radio

April 7, 2008, 6am PDT
<p>NPR's Climate Connections series explores how American's lifestyles affect climate change. In this first of two articles, Elizabeth Shogren introduces an Emory University researcher who moves out of Atlanta into her 'dream house' in the suburbs.</p>
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January 23, 2007, 7am PST
<p>Nancy Solomon reports that due to increased demand Amtrak may increase service along urban lines in its northeast corridor.</p>
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January 13, 2007, 7am PST
<p>This audio report from NPR describes "smart elevator" technology that is slowly moving its way into the U.S. in places like elevator-dependent New York City. These new elevators group passengers into different elevators based on their destination.</p>
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November 30, 2006, 2pm PST
<p>EPA is expected to issue a regulation for Yucca Mountain, Nevada -- the proposed site for a massive nuclear waste repository -- that will extend one million years into the future. A universal warning sign that will last 10,000 years is selected.</p>
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September 2, 2006, 9am PDT
The Shops at Evergreen Walk creates a community gathering place, with fewer scary teenagers, among high-end retail shops.
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August 4, 2006, 11am PDT
A new book from Columbia University Professor Lance Freeman documents the changes of two African-American communities in New York City.
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August 4, 2006, 5am PDT
Despite a still tenuous political situation, this war-battered region in the Northern Caucasuses of Russia is beginning to show signs of life.
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July 7, 2006, 7am PDT
All Things Considered's Ann Murray reports on Easton, Pennsylvania's revitalization strategy.
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June 10, 2006, 11am PDT
Proponents say cul-de-sac streets provide safety and serenity. Opponents say they are isolating and ironically dangerous to the children they purport to protect. This key American-Dream icon is increasingly in the crosshairs of progressive planners.
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April 18, 2006, 11am PDT
A panel of experts will discuss the future of environmentalism, and the need to avoid the "I Have A Nightmare" mentality, today from 11am to 12pm PST on National Public Radio.
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April 13, 2006, 6am PDT
National Public Radio covers the success of Glenwood Park, a new urbanist development in car-dependent Atlanta.
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October 16, 2005, 5am PDT
NPR features an interview with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour on the rebuilding of the Gulf Coast.
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September 30, 2005, 9am PDT
National Public Radio discusses how Los Angeles redevelopment strategies, while benefiting young professionals, are pushing out the area's transient population.
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September 24, 2005, 11am PDT
NPR interviews Craig Colten, a professor of geography and anthropology at Louisiana State University, about how to rebuild New Orleans.
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September 17, 2005, 1pm PDT
Reed Kroloff, the head of Tulane's architecture program talks about rebuilding the Big Easy, and how to preserve the city's 'fine grain'.
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September 2, 2005, 11am PDT
The former director of city planning discusses what will be needed to rebuild the city.
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April 27, 2005, 9am PDT
Several states are watching the outcome of legal proceedings in Oregon closely.
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February 5, 2005, 7am PST
From NPR...one commentator's challenge to Spokane, WA's plan for a "gay district" to attract the Creative Class.
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January 4, 2005, 10am PST
Is demolition the best solution for urban blight?
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September 4, 2004, 11am PDT
Robert Kennedy Jr. accusses George W. Bush of being the "worst environmental president in nation's history."
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