Want to see the world’s oldest trees in a beautiful infographic? We knew you did. Stunning work by Michael Paukner, which had us thinking: poor Africa.
The Congress for the New Urbanism has published a beautifully presented pamphlet outlining seven Sustainable Street Network Principles.
Dave's an author! Check out Living Streets: Strategies for Crafting Public Space, which our own Dave Rodgers helped write with Lesley Bain and Barbara Gray.
Over at Reconnecting America, they’ve released a report called “Are We There Yet? Creating Complete Communities for a 21st Century America” Hint: the answer is no.
The EPA released a great new report bolstering the case for smart growth as a superior economic development model called Smart Growth and Economic Success.
The guy from The Graduate was right: the future is plastic. Vancouver is finding a way to recycle plastic in it’s streets.
We’re still ogling the beautiful green wall over at UW and how cool it is to have movable panels to test/play with. David from our office helped design it and it's a stunner.
Some of the folks in the office are investigating using standing desks. Well, for $22 and a trip to IKEA, here’s a nifty little hack that can get you a very affordable standing desk without shelling out $800.
Fascinating data coming out from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration shows lower traffic deaths, but higher ped/bike fatalities.
Boston City Hall “To Go” brings municipal services to the people!
Finally, coal exports came to Seattle this week, and it caused a ruckus. Want to know what all the fuss was about? Sightline has a series that will bring you up to speed.