Global goals. Local solutions.
The inaugural Milan Pact Awards recognized eight cities on five continents for efforts to address inequity with access to nourishing food.
Baltimore and some other U. S. cities are concluding that demolition is the best path forward for severely blighted neighborhoods, Bloomberg reports.
After a visit to Japan, Maryland’s new governor is keen on high-speed trains, the Washington Post reports.
Baltimore is reversing decades of population decline and creating a safer, more entrepreneurial city, with a campaign that welcomes immigrants, Next City reports.
Report highlights how six U. S. cities, London harness data to improve lives
U. S. cities prefer to raze, rather than restore, blighted areas