Special Report: Earth Day + 40
National Planning Awards
Ben Herman describes how to undertake the newest — and greenest — planning efforts. A Sustaining Places story.
Sidebar: Climate Change Snapshot
Some projects could get a pass from the state's 40-year-old environmental law. Paul Shigley reports in Planning Practice.
The potential is there for creating new types of employment, according to Michael Krause, Peter Lowitt, and Steven Peck. With a sidebar by Sarah Lozanova.
Sidebar: Defining Green Jobs
Is Atlanta's water gauge really running on empty? James Sipes seeks an answer.
Transit funding, neighborhood stabilization.
Endangerment finding, pipeline delay.
Our regular feature on statistics in the news — compiled by APA's Research Department. This month: the environment.
Reid Ewing on the Times Square pedestrian experiment.
A word about the Olympics.
Zoning pros, aging in place.
News reports, blogs, videos, etc.
Are we living up to the promises of Earth Day?
2010 National Planning Awards
San Diego General Plan
Indianapolis Regional Center Design Guidelines
Campus Partners' University District Revitalization
Wicker Park Bucktown Master Plan
New Orleans City Park
Plan for the Valleys
Enterprise Green Communities
Constance M. Kepert
William E. Borah
"Safe Urban Form: Revisiting the Relationship Between Community Design and Traffic Safety"
Cover: Indianapolis, north basin of the central canal. Photo courtesy City of Indianapolis.