SB30 has bipartisan support in the state, and also enjoys the backing of Southern California Edison and representatives from the insurance industry.
Hudson Yards, the largest private real estate development in U.S. history, is being built during a time when New Yorkers worry about the burdensome cost of housing. Will the megaproject alleviate the city's housing pressure?
American states, cities, and organizations have re-affirmed their commitment to the Paris climate deal since Trump announced that the U.S. will leave it.
At the C40 awards gala in Paris, mayors from every continent converged on la Gaîté Lyrique to share, steal, and honor each other's green initiatives. They also cut loose a little bit.
Forget money and the mom-vote—it's a question of charisma.
New York's public health campaign could encourage moral outrage, hostility, and volatility toward young, predominantly impoverished girls of color.
Make your money in New York City—and then hit the road.
Where the creative class, to use urbanist Richard Florida's term, are moving to today—and why.
Mayor Bloomberg is wrong: The Big Apple's main attraction isn't "safe and clean streets." Why, then, do people move there?
If the mayor of New York City actually believes in brain drain—and that "being cool counts"—then he should be more concerned about the 1.3 million people that left his metro area between 2000 and 2010.