By Peter Marcuse The U.S. Social Forum in Atlanta this July was a major success. There were some 10,000 people in attendance, 951 workshops..
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By Gary Fields In 1989, the Berlin Wall fell and soon after that South African apartheid crumbled. At the time it appeared that such..
By Marilena Liguori On November 8, 2001 and in the wake of 9/11, President George W. Bush called on all Americans “to serve by bettering..
By Matt Hidek Since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the United States government has developed defensive strategies to protect its cities..
Grassroots Disaster Recovery Planning: New Orleans and Beyond Jason Neville and Clara Irazábal Social Justice in New Orleans: Planning..
By Kanishka Goonewardena The “real” planner must be a radical planner, planning for social justice and social change. In order..
By Emily Achtenberg Visitors to La Paz in August 2004 experienced a rare event: a day without car horns, gasoline fumes and traffic..
By David A. Turcotte The United States has almost 90 million residential structures. While few have been built in a sustainable manner, we..
By Peter Marcuse This is intended by the author as a framework for discussion, and it should be stated at the outset that, if limits to..