By Daphi Ezrachi Tensions raised in the hall of Minhal Ginot Hair, a Local Community Council (LCC) in West Jerusalem, when hundreds of residents gathered in late July 2016 to discuss the route of the Blue Line have yet to
Looking back on the last four years of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s tenure one policy victory stands out more than the rest – Mandatory Inclusionary Housing (MIH). On March 22nd of 2016 the City Council approved the
In Mexico City, the lack of a regional plan to order economic and social activities has impacted the built environment and spatial geography, allowing for class segregation to prevail across the ZMVM Mexico City region. Population centers, where people live
by Jenée Malloy The lack of fresh and affordable food access in Atlanta, Georgia is a problem that cannot continue to go on. With over 400,000 residents living within city limits, it is quite alarming to know that many of
by Siddharth Ashish Shah Public parks promote public health, combat urban vice, and function as a democratically available meeting place for all individuals. Fredrick Olmsted, the landscape architect who designed New York City’s Central Park, outlined these benefits in 1870.