Getting urbanism wrong: From the environmentally inadequate to the environmentally oblivious

Townhomes near downtown Chattanooga

In my last post, I argued that urbanism is a form of environmentalism. I further argued that it may be one of the most potent and universally accessible types of environmentalism. I believe that many people already understood this, but I also believe that the understanding sometimes gets lost at […]

Durable Growth, Transportation

Northern California tour: Freedom Park Road

Freedom Park Road

Two weeks ago, I began recounting a recent daytrip I took through Northern California. My goal was to look, however briefly, at destinations that I hoped would offer urbanist insights. I began my day in Suisun City, a city center of well-conceived urban redevelopment and a personal favorite. I continued with […]