Tokyo aging fast, Build Absolutely Nothing Anywhere Near Anyone,  MORE – Next City

Tokyo aging fast, Build Absolutely Nothing Anywhere Near Anyone,  MORE

Graying Tokyo

By 2055, 40% of the population will be aged 65 or older, making Japan the world’s fastest -aging society. Will the lights dim for the neon city?

Solar-Powered Berkeley

Berkeley becomes the first city to promote solar development by paying for the cost of installation for residents up front, which has been the major obstacle to going solar thus far.

Build Absolutely Nothing Anywhere Near Anyone

NIMBY’S have been joined by BANANAS and CAVE people. 78% of Americans now oppose any new development in their communities, and one in four respondents said they actually took a part in some action against a project.

Philadelphia’s Mistake

For a place that fancies itself, “the next great city,” it has a lot to learn from its recent architectural mishap, the Symphony House Condos.

Survey: Should We Rebuild in Dangerous Locations?

Click here to join in the Scott Knowles-inspired debate over whether living in disaster- prone areas continues to make sense.

NY City-By-City Economic Development

Faced with decaying rust-belt cities, Spitzer unveils a plan that would harness the “unique resources” of each city on the path towards revitalization

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