urban planning

The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

Is New York Ready for Congestion Pricing?

The city is getting it either way.
VICE Staff
4.5.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

Our Cities Are Making Us Lonely

Here's how urban planners want to change that.
VICE Staff
12.17.18
The Burnout and Escapism Issue

Our Cities Are Designed for Loneliness

Our built environment is not working in our favor. Urban planners want to change that.
Ankita Rao
12.13.18
suggestion box

Reclaim the Golf Courses

The world after golfing is a greener, more accessible one.
Jordan Pearson
2.28.18
On Edge

This Scientist Is Using VR to Understand Why Skyscrapers Stress People Out

I put on a VR helmet and joined in the study.
James Jackson
12.6.17
On Edge

Neighborhoods Need to Be Designed More Like Military Bases

Bases are now built with a focus on mental health.
Emily Cassel
12.4.17
Livable Planet

Here's the Plan to Save 1.3 Billion Tons of Food That's Wasted Every Year

The Sustainable Development Goals have specific targets to be achieved over the next 15 years.Today we take a look at SDG #12, which rethinks how we monitor, regulate, use, and share important resources like energy, water, and fresh food.
Katelyn Harrop
9.27.17
Livable Planet

An Action Plan Is Needed If a Majority of the World Will Live in Cities by 2030

The Sustainable Development Goals have specific targets to be achieved over the next 15 years. Today we're breaking down how to get safe and sustainable living spaces in our cities and communities.
Katelyn Harrop
9.26.17
urban planning

Sexism and the City

Most cities were designed around men and their work. It's time for that to change.
Ankita Rao
5.15.17
Film

The Woman Who Saved Lower Manhattan From Becoming a Highway

A timely new documentary celebrates the legacy of Jane Jacobs, the revolutionary writer and organizer who fought to preserve citizens' voices as urban renewal projects threatened to destroy local communities.
Hanson O'Haver
4.21.17
Art

Pops of Rainbow Color on Metal and Wood Sculptures Spin a Tale of Environmental Exploitation

Conceptual artist Arne Quinze interprets mankind’s ecological destruction.
Diana Shi
2.4.17
Design

How Playgrounds Became Art Spaces in the 20th Century

Explore the history of the 20th century playground in ‘The Playground Project: From New York to Moscow.’
DJ Pangburn
1.11.17
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