Tech companies are increasingly telling employees they will not need to return to the office after the pandemic. That could further threaten some of the region's lowest-paid jobs.
EcoDistricts are a hyper-local model of urban planning focused on equity and environmental justice. The certification process can take years, and it's not always obvious what's changed.
Bigger parks are not necessarily better for public health, according to recent findings from Peak Urban. There's a strong case for focusing on smaller parks and gardens, especially those encouraging physical activity.
This young activist believes that historic preservation shouldn't get in the way of making cities safer.
He's pursuing a number of projects to combat poverty and improve the city's sustainability.
Law professor James Forman Jr discusses the dangers of overreacting to an uptick in violent crime.
A C40 Cities report encourages mayors to prioritise equity and sustainability as they address residents’ needs during the pandemic.
The Legacies of British Slave-Ownership project is mapping every British address linked to a slave-owner.
As coronavirus lockdowns ease, people are flooding back to parks – but not everyone has easy access to green space in their city.
Author and journalist Jill Leovy explains how the United States has failed to extend state protection equally to all citizens.
Figures of the slave trade are honored in public spaces throughout Britain's cities, and opposition has rarely found footing in mainstream politics.