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Random Stats Dept.

Random Stats Dept.

Cities that have more single men (blue) than women (red) and vice versa: source: http://www.vox.com/2014/10/22/7039273/charts-and-maps-of-single-life-in-america   and Boulder tops in the nation in number of toilets per capita, by a [...]

Truth-Out | Developers Aren’t Going to Solve the Housing Crisis in San Francisco

Truth-Out | Developers Aren’t Going to Solve the Housing Crisis in San Francisco

"Activists marauding Google buses, the hippie enclave turning into a playground for the rich, the threat of beautiful Victorians being plowed over for boxy condos. The housing crisis in San Francisco is capturing the world's attention, and it seems [...]

Planetizen | Families WILL Choose to Live Downtown, If We Design for Kids!

Planetizen | Families WILL Choose to Live Downtown, If We Design for Kids!

"So should we want families downtown?I strongly believe we should. They're a big part of complete, mixed, vibrant and lively downtown neighbourhoods. Singles, seniors and couples downtown may be great, but kids and baby-strollers make communities [...]

Better! Cities & Towns | For smart growth, not all density is created equal

Better! Cities & Towns | For smart growth, not all density is created equal

"Have you ever noticed how those of us who promote walkable, 'smart growth' city neighborhoods often choose historic districts to illustrate what we advocate? ... We show these neighborhoods because we know people will like them and, we believe, [...]

Rethinking Preservation — A Vision for Civic Conservation

Rethinking Preservation — A Vision for Civic Conservation

“It sometimes feels as if cities like Paris and Venice have been coated with formaldehyde and turned into museums. The old formulas of ‘respecting context’ won’t work. We must create a new context and puncture past beauty with raw, powerful [...]

Pacific Standard | How California Could Power Itself Using Renewables

Pacific Standard | How California Could Power Itself Using Renewables

"California could capitalize on its abundant sunshine, on- and off-shore winds, tides, waves, and geothermal heat to abolish fossil fuels. Electric cars and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles would be recharged using the renewable electricity supplies. [...]

Streetsblog | Build It for Isabella: Putting a Face on Why People Hesitate to Bike

Streetsblog | Build It for Isabella: Putting a Face on Why People Hesitate to Bike

"People are constantly choosing whether to use a bicycle for a trip; the fact that most Americans choose not to isn’t so much about their fundamental nature but about their culture, their resources, and their streets." Read the entire entry at: [...]

NYTimes | Grandma Never Had It So Good

NYTimes | Grandma Never Had It So Good

Boulder accessory unit "In most cities, adding a second house to a single-family lot would be illegal or would set off an epic battle with the neighbors that could drag on for years. But not in Portland, Ore. "There, this kind of housing — [...]

TreeHugger | Older, Smaller, Better: Why new ideas need old buildings

TreeHugger | Older, Smaller, Better: Why new ideas need old buildings

"Based upon statistical analysis of the built fabric of three major American cities, this research finds that established neighborhoods with a mix of older, smaller buildings perform better than districts with larger, newer structures when tested [...]

WATCH: Bike Lanes Toronto

WATCH: Bike Lanes Toronto

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