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North Carolina’s NASCAR capital reimagines its Uptown neighborhood as a pedestrian-centered, mixed-use idyll. But in the drive to redevelop, has affordability been left behind?
SF becomes first US city to push insurance industry to stop insuring coal and tar sands.
The elite class whose rise has been fueled by their outsized share of global riches, he said in very direct terms, needs to take care of those left behind.
That, at least, appears to be one takeaway of a spirited, at times ugly and, no doubt (as these things usually are) racially-charged debate about Minneapolis’ long-range housing development plan.
Despite the reduced hours, workers were 20% more productive and much happier. Chief Executive Andrew Barnes called the experiment an "unmitigated success."
Feds release details on plans to restore prison farm program at Joyceville and Collins Bay institutions.
A cafe chain that employs homeless people and runs a scheme to provide free food to rough sleepers has gone a step further, building a village of 11 houses in Scotland.
'When you're socially isolated on the streets, who's advocating for you?' asks Dr. Naheed Dosani.
Residents are considering action to help preserve affordability in the face of encroaching gentrification and hold on to the rich culture of the Third Ward.
Eliminate all taxes but a levy on land, said Henry George. Here’s why it would work.
Canadian researcher Dr. Evelyn Forget says guaranteed income “works as an antidepressant.”
Star Court, a newly renovated 16-unit rental housing project that will help support low- to moderate-income households where an individual lives with disabilities has officially opened.