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Friday, November 07, 2014
The word "resilience" is increasingly on the tongues of urban thinkers these days, as city officials, planners and designers discuss how to prepare better for natural disasters, especially in light of climate change.
One of the big financial drivers of the conversation has been the Rockefeller Foundation, offering grants intended ...
Monday, October 20, 2014
The NPR Cities Project has been reporting on the options for coastal communities in light of rising sea levels. Cities might choose to armor the shoreline with floodwalls, or they might opt for what's sometimes called a "managed retreat."
Since Superstorm Sandy, for example, both New York and New ...
Friday, October 17, 2014
Washington, D.C., moved a big step closer this week toward building its own "bridge to the future." Two well-known design firms — OMA and OLIN — were selected as the winners of a competition to conceptualize the 11th Street Bridge Park.
The plan is an inventive reuse of ...
Friday, September 26, 2014
Tuesday, July 30, 2013
At the NPR Cities Project, we've spent much of the summer reading, breathing, reporting on urban innovation. From smartphone apps such as NextBus and StreetBump, to citywide surveillance camera networks, to 911 texting and NASA-style command and control centers for city agencies, we've been exploring how ...