United States

December 3, 2003, 1pm PST
'Disneyfied' restoration efforts and plans to raise a tower over Bagan, a 1000-year old ancient temple city in Myanmar, faces international criticism.
The Chicago Tribune
December 3, 2003, 12pm PST
As a result of an increasing squeeze on municipal budgets, many cities and towns are cutting staff and services and are increasing fees, according to survey of 328 cities by the National League of Cities.
National League Of Cities
December 3, 2003, 10am PST
Neal Peirce suggests that Segway folks could collaborate with bicyle advocates to push for urban and rural pathways.
The Washington Post Writers Group
December 3, 2003, 9am PST
The American military finds itself surrounded at home by urban sprawl.
Reuters
December 3, 2003, 1am PST
Britain's goal to build 60% of housing on recycled sites will not be met without changes in legislation.
The Daily Telegraph
December 2, 2003, 2pm PST
How healthy is your state? American Public Health Association ranks states by their health scores.
WebMD
December 2, 2003, 1pm PST
Memorials should be timeless: yet political pressures have dictated that we develop a memorial design two years after Sept. 11th's catastrophic morning. This is an invitation for aesthetic disaster.
MetropolisMag.com
December 2, 2003, 8am PST
"Even in an Internet age, place matters" says Neal Peirce.
The Washington Post
December 2, 2003, 6am PST
The second installment of a three-part series on quick, relatively modest ways to relieve traffic congestion.
The Washington Post
December 1, 2003, 12pm PST
Senior governments consider providing new sources of sustained funding for public transit and affordable housing
The Toronto Star
December 1, 2003, 11am PST
Texaco faces a multibillion dollar lawsuit for spilling 1-1/2 times more oil in Ecaudor than the oil tanker Exxon Valdez.
The Los Angeles Times
December 1, 2003, 10am PST
Are debates about wind farms showing the schism in the green movement?
Tech Central Station
December 1, 2003, 9am PST
A Wall Street Journal editorial comes down hard on smart growth, comparing it to Jim Crow and segregation laws.
Wall St. Journal
December 1, 2003, 8am PST
Neal Peirce discusses the impact of Wal-mart's business practices.
The Washington Post Writers Group
December 1, 2003, 7am PST
The first installment of a three-part series on quick, relatively modest ways to relieve traffic congestion.
The Washington Post
December 1, 2003, 6am PST
One theory suggests that the nicer a city is to the homeless, the more they attract -- and Santa Barbara has a downright unwelcoming reputation.
The Los Angeles Times
November 30, 2003, 1pm PST
The Lincoln Institute publishes the results of a survey of public officials and developers in the nation's fastest growing single family housing markets.
Land Lines, Lincoln Institute Of Land Policy
November 30, 2003, 9am PST
By questioning the widsom of forestation to curb global warming, a new study challeneges one of the core tenets of the Kyoto Protocol.
BBC News
November 30, 2003, 7am PST
What lessons can be learned from the Netherlands and Germany on promoting safe walking and cycling to improve public health?
National Center For Bicycling And Walking
November 30, 2003, 5am PST
Local cities and states see rising property values as a way to cut budget gaps by increasing developer fees.
Wall St. Journal