Marine spatial planning is changing the way we deal with oceans and coastlines. Mark J. Spalding and Hooper Brooks explain the concept in Planning Practice.
Green grass and greenbacks in unexpected spots: a Sustaining Places story by Peter Harnik and Ryan Donahue.
APA applauds 30 notable places. Ruth Knack provides a wrap-up.
The New York metro area revisits a traditional concept. Corry Buckwalter Berkooz reports.
Sidebar: Putting Livability First
Paul Haeder asks whether 'green' goals are permanent or a passing fancy.
An excerpt from a new Planners Press book suggests a novel way to slice and dice our megacities and regions. By Arthur C. Nelson, FAICP, and Robert E. Lang.
Meghan Stromberg and Kirstin Kuenzi review what happened in the nation's hardest hit areas.
Measuring livability, UN land swap.
Scuba divers, Lake Erie access.
Statistics in the news, compiled by APA's Research Department. This month: hard science.
Reid Ewing assesses climate change studies.
Planners in the schools, solar in Seattle.
Still sprawling, looking at landscapes.
New reports, blogs, videos, etc.
First Wisconsin, then the rest of us.
Cover: Lobstering shack and traps, Maine. Photo ©iStockphoto.com, Diane Diederich.