United Kingdom

Recent controversies over high-priced restaurants and cafes in formerly working class neighborhoods reveal the deep connections between food and cultural identity.
3 days ago   Pacific Standard
<p>Candidates for mayor in London are touting their green credentials in the global city as is continues to win acclaim for progressive and environmentally conscious planning and administration.</p>
Feb 19, 2008   BBC
<p>Prominent museum heads in the United Kingdom are calling for greater discretion in the commissioning of public art pieces. They say the latest batch of sculptures are "monsters".</p>
Feb 16, 2008   The Times (London)
<p>London is planning a new "superhighway" bicycle network that will help transform it into one of the most bicycle-friendly cities in the world.</p>
Feb 12, 2008   The Guardian
<p>A farmer in England secretly built a mock-Tudor castle on his property and kept it out of view for years by hiding it behind a 40-foot stack of hay bales.</p>
Feb 8, 2008   Daily Mail
<p>A new speech by the Prince of Wales this week warns of a "rash" of "carbuncles" destroying tourism assets.</p>
Feb 3, 2008   INTBAU News
<p>The world's largest low emission zone will come into effect next week in London.</p>
Feb 2, 2008   Reuters via Environmental News Network
<p>On-board shoving and online ranting point to increasing narcissism and incivility in the public realm.</p>
Jan 29, 2008   The Guardian
<p>Despite making energy poverty a major domestic policy focus, the British government is being accused of underfunding its program, just as the number of homes living in energy poverty is at its highest level in almost a decade.</p>
Jan 27, 2008   The Guardian (UK)
<p>Plans for 250,000 new houses on a floodplain in Britain and broad redevelopment plans in New Orleans have many wondering why planners aren't looking to the flood expertise of the Dutch.</p>
Jan 21, 2008   The Guardian
<p>Despite its relatively low car ownership rates, Britain has one of the worst public transit systems and the most congested roads among industrialized nations, according to a a new report.</p>
Jan 18, 2008   BBC