After years of advocating for greener and more accessible neighborhoods, champions of the 15-minute city are suddenly the target of far-right conspiracies.
In promoting economic renewal in industrial heartland regions, leaders must avoid language that condemns these regions and their citizens to passivity.
The Summary for Urban Policymakers series grew out of a recognition of the need for greater integration of climate science with the urban perspective.
There are growing efforts on both sides of the Atlantic to diminish economic disparities between thriving global city regions and struggling communities in industrial heartlands.
Around the world, cities continue to protect the basic human rights of vulnerable populations in the face of fierce opposition from national governments.
A collaboration with Chicago Public Art Group brings to life a Council report exploring the racist origins of Chicagoland's public beach policies.
In a world beset by rising temperatures, climate migration and disaster displacement are quickly becoming the signal 21st century crisis.
City leaders must ensure full transparency and public control of data and infrastructure when partnering with tech vendors on smart city solutions.
The post-industrial communities of the Midwest are shaking off their Rust Belt label to emerge as leaders in the blue and green economies.
Nonresident Senior Fellow John Austin joins the Postindustrial Podcast to discuss strategies for revitalizing struggling former industrial communities.