These state or local programs are becoming popular because they build connections between rural and urban residents in a divisive political climate.
How urban living can cap population growth and help conserve natural resources.
Our National Park Service recently granted us some comic relief to a tremendously challenging period in American history
More than half of the people on the planet live in cities -- so it's more important than ever for countries to make a plan for sustainable growth.
While conversations will focus on many issues surrounding the rapid urbanization of our planet, none are as important as clearly defining a path that will lead us closer to a sustainable and equitable urban future.
The governance of urban spaces - i.e. how cities plan, design and organise urban public spaces for building, culture, recreation
It does not need to be like this.
Sustainable urbanization is so intimately tied to food waste that you can't talk about one without the other. If we don't get it right, we might miss the most sustainable opportunity to feed our growing planet.
In 2008, the United Nations declared that the world passed an unprecedented, but silent, benchmark: for the first time in history, the world is more urban than it is rural.
We are in the midst of one of the greatest human migrations that our world has ever seen -- that of humanity from rural areas into cities.