January 12, 2004, 8am PST
The relationship between new housing construction and household growth is a fundamental factor in understanding why some central cities lose population and others suffer from a tight housing market.
The Brookings Institution
January 12, 2004, 7am PST
Something is very wrong with the nation's transportation policy infrastructure, writes Joel Hirschhorn.
January 12, 2004, 6am PST
Moving on from private houses that had separated uses and retreated from the outside, modern Australian housing design allows for "communal space and privacy, comfort but not excess" and communication with the world.
The Sydney Morning Herald
January 12, 2004, 5am PST
The term "Induced Travel" is highly controversial but typically misunderstood by both highway advocates and opponents.
U.S. Department Of Transportation
January 11, 2004, 1pm PST
The president of the National Housing Institute looks at how community development is portrayed on the silver screen, and how it affects the work of urban planners.
January 11, 2004, 9am PST
Historic preservation could be a key factor to future economic prosperity for international cities.
January 11, 2004, 5am PST
The Endangered Species Act recently turned 30. Before celebrating this landmark federal legislation, we should ask ourselves a sobering question. What has the ESA really accomplished?
Reason Public Policy Institute
January 10, 2004, 1pm PST
Many plant and animal species are unlikely to survive climate change, according to new research published in Nature.
January 10, 2004, 11am PST
Strong anti-development policy, shortages of stock and infrastructure improvements have led to property price hikes along Australia's northern NSW coast.
Australian Financial Review
January 10, 2004, 9am PST
A scientist's research challenges the "broken windows" theory.
January 10, 2004, 7am PST
Canada's largest public housing project is about to be razed and rebuilt, with significant input from its residents.
January 9, 2004, 3pm PST
Artists and authors from across the country share their vision of the future for Canada's cities.
January 9, 2004, 8am PST
A study reveals that global warming could cause the extinction of a million species by 2050.
January 9, 2004, 7am PST
Taxing land values more heavily than building and improvements could protect undeveloped land.
Land Lines, Lincoln Institute Of Land Policy
January 9, 2004, 6am PST
Despite public disdain and Hollywood derision, modernism maintains its grip on architecture.
January 9, 2004, 5am PST
Free markets may be the ticket to a clean energy revolution.
January 8, 2004, 2pm PST
Howard Cohen helped reform planning practice in Toronto. Now, he is realizing his vision for the city, one development at a time.
January 8, 2004, 10am PST
Differing attitudes toward growth characterise America's political boundaries.
January 8, 2004, 9am PST
Financing and building affordable housing in Europe is simpler, faster, and more efficent than in the U.S.
The San Francisco Chronicle
January 8, 2004, 7am PST
The Wall Street Journal's architecture critic wonders if sometimes historic preservation just means that we prefer the 'stagnant status quo.'