Posts Tagged: Covid-19
After an initial wave of daring (perhaps foolhardy) certainty from some pundits working in the urbanism sphere, it seemed like the appetite for speculation declined for much of the shockingly long duration of the pandemic. Back at the beginning, there
Wrote and produced “Urban Planning and the Pandemic: 2020 in Review” for Planetizen Courses. Watch “Urban Planning and the Pandemic” on YouTube.
The word “better” is dangerous in a planning context, of course. What is better for oil companies, for example, is not better for the world—and that’s about the simplest possible elucidation of this point about the slippery nature of the
The word “better” is dangerous in a planning context, of course. What is better for oil companies, for Whatever it was that blinded us to the threat—blind faith, ignorance, a deeply ingrained belief in American exceptionalism—the country’s response since the
Produced and moderated the “The Future of Cities: Making Sense of COVID-19” panel. This virtual panel discussion focuses on the potential for the COVID-19 pandemic to influence the development, demographic, and environmental trends of the future. Watch an excerpt of
The size of the challenge facing renters, and the country collectively, only grows the longer it is deferred. The unemployment rate isn’t likely to improve before the rent is due again in May, or even when it is due again
The U.S. Census Bureau picked a hell of week to kick off its once-a-decade enumeration of U.S. residents. Read “The Census Faces its Toughest Challenge Yet: Coronavirus”