Researchers found that urban gardens and allotments provide especially good habitat for pollinator communities.
Of the more than 50,000 people in the state whose voter registrations are frozen or "pending," about 98 percent live in urban areas.
Buildings account for roughly 50 percent of a city's total carbon emissions, and 70 percent in major cities like London, Los Angeles, and Paris.
The company just announced its acquisition of the Michigan Central Station in downtown Detroit, an icon of the city's 20th-century glory days and its precipitous fall since.
In an age of employment uncertainty and a growing income gap, urban America needs to find new ways to infuse equity into the equation.
Where we find innovation, we find industry clusters. That doesn't mean the two are causally linked.
First introduced in 1992, the Housing First model suggested that we fight homelessness by first giving the homeless a place to live. Twenty-four years later, the study of a program in Hamilton, Ontario, sheds some light on how the system is working today.
A new pair of studies helps to explain why city-dwellers seem to fall deeper in love with the urban environment the longer they spend there.