Electric-car driver was not an eco-terrorist, FBI admits, and settles for $100,000.
Nov 17, 2005 Newsweek
Homeowner associations provide controls for which buyers are willing to pay more and relinquish freedoms.
Nov 17, 2005 Rutland Herald
During the 1990s, downtown population grew by 10 percent, a marked resurgence following 20 years of overall decline, according to a new study, "Who Lives Downtown?".
Nov 16, 2005 The Brookings Institution
Attractive perks are emerging for buyers of hybrid cars.
Nov 16, 2005 The Christian Science Monitor
A new book, "Sprawl Costs" evaluates the costs of unchecked dvelopment. The book merely recycles the tired claims that suburbanization (pejoratively called urban sprawl) is more costly, writes Wendell Cox.
Nov 16, 2005 The Public Purpose
As the price of natural gas and heating oil skyrockets, Americans are expected to turn to a cheaper, and often readily available alternative - wood, with severe public health consequences. Fortunately, strategies are in place to mitigate woodburning.
Nov 15, 2005 USA Today
Expanding them means stricter building codes, but critics say new flood zone regions may encourage construction.
Nov 15, 2005 The Christian Science Monitor
Houston loses its national "smog capital" status on a technicality.
Nov 15, 2005 San Jose Mercury News
Fast Company identifies the fifteen top up-and-coming hubs for creative workers.
Nov 14, 2005 Fast Company
Technology is doing something transit planners have been unable to do for decades - get people out of their cars. People working from home now outnumber mass transit commuters in 27 of the nation's 50 largest metropolitan areas.
Nov 13, 2005 Reason Foundation