A Segway attempts the brutal climb up New England's highest mountain.
Sep 13, 2003 VeloNews
the Granite State is a national leader in efforts to give these residents more control of their lives by turning them into park owners.
Aug 9, 2003 National Public Radio
Roundabouts can calm down traffic.
Jul 30, 2002 Concord Monitor
Dan Burden audits the walkability of a Concord neighborhood, and offers a vision for a more livable city.
Jul 2, 2002 Concord Monitor
Trust for Public Land, a conservation organization, is planning to buy 171,000 acres of forest in New Hampshire to protect it from development.
Jul 18, 2001 The San Diego Union-Tribune
Growth is inevitable -- will the anti-sprawl movement make enemies of us all?
Jul 2, 2001 Portsmouth Herald
America's universities are the most wired places in the nation. Why are they looking to 19th century architecture for guidance?
Jun 25, 2001 The Industry Standard
Donella Meadows,the world-renowed environmentalist will be remembered for her seminal work 'The Limits to Growth' and her contributions to environmentalism.
Feb 23, 2001 The Boston Globe
U.S. Department of Agriculture's Farmland Protection Program offers $30 million to protect farmland from urban developmen.
Feb 5, 2001 Citizen Online
A mysterious new technology gadget is rumored to be able to change the ways cities are designed.
Jan 12, 2001 The Washington Post