Sea level change is not just an issue for Florida. Some estimates have as much as 40% of the current U.S. population in direct harm from changing seas over the next 50 years. Joey Flechas and Jenny Staletovich are the authors of a series of … Continue reading URGENT! The Battle for South Florida…
The same broken promise we see, time and time again. I don’t think it is not for good intention. Homelessness is a very complex and layered issues. A single style approach will never work. The “fix” will never come in a pretty package. We have to … Continue reading Despite Vow, Mayor de Blasio Struggles to Curb Homelessness
This is a great article about what is being done to address homelessness. Salt Lake City has really taken the lead! Other cities and regions need to look at what seems to be working. It’s a shame we don’t have this cooperation in Miami. “This … Continue reading ‘Monumental’ plan aims to prevent homelessness
Being in Miami, homelessness is particularly “close to home”. It is always interesting to see how different place tackle the many issues associated with this homelessness. Affordable housing is one great place to start! Look for more post in the coming days addressing Homelessness. National … Continue reading L.A. County supervisors vote to build $100-million affordable housing fund
“Mr. Shep tell Chaney everything. And Chaney tell me everything. And I don’t tell nobody nothing. But I’m going to tell you something right now. Sooner or later…everybody’s bill comes due.” That is one of my favorite quotes from “The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya … Continue reading Treading Water; Florida’s bill is coming due.
Interesting article about Millennials and our affect on our world! Freemark of The Transport Politic notes that some “hopeful commentators” are banking on today’s millennials (those between ages 18 to 34 in 2015) who have shown a greater inclination for transit usage, biking, and living in cities than preceding … Continue reading Millennials Can’t Change U.S. Driving Habits Alone
“Complete Streets” are for everyone. They are designed and operated to enable safe access for all users, including pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists and transit riders of all ages and abilities. Complete Streets make it easy to cross the street, walk to shops, and bicycle to work. A … Continue reading Feds May Drop ‘Highway-Inspired’ Rules for Streets