Nate Berg is a writer and journalist covering cities, architecture and urban planning. Nate’s work has been published in a wide variety of publications, including the New York Times, NPR, Wired, Metropolis, Fast Company, Dwell, Architect, the Christian Science Monitor, LA Weekly and many others. He is a former staff writer at The Atlantic Cities and was previously an assistant editor at Planetizen.
Can Government Build Hamburg’s Next Hot Neighborhood?
A New Mayor Inherits the Ambitious Task of Kicking a City’s Car Habit
How a City Got Its River Back
- Learn the troubled history of the L.A. River and why its future is so much brighter.
- Read about grassroots efforts to revitalize the river, and meet the characters — from rogue kayakers to performance artists — behind them.
- Find out about ongoing improvements around the river and what they mean for L.A.
The People, Places and Ideas That Changed Cities This Year
- Learn about 77 people, groups and concepts making waves in cities from Chennai, India to Ithaca, N.Y.
- Read about who is involved, what they're up against and how they have succeeded in the fight to make cities better.
- See how cities have changed in the past year on a local, national and global level.