Durable Growth

New Year’s Resolutions 2016: More folks and more tenacity

Urban setting in Spokane, Washington

This is the fifth New Year’s Day that I’ve been writing this blog. Once again, best wishes to all for a productive and increasingly urbanist New Year.

A tradition of this blog, although an admittedly trite one, is New Year’s Resolutions. In past years, I’ve touched on subjects such […]

Durable Growth, Transportation

Looking back and looking ahead

Downtown Petaluma

In my last post, I presented my urbanist resolution for 2015. I vowed to dig more deeply into the reasons why suburbia is failing and why urbanism is part of the solution. I understand that most readers of this blog don’t need the further explanation, but I’ll be prepared for the skeptics […]