March 2015

March 31, 2015

An Agenda for Nation’s Urban Metropolises: Hillary Clinton, et. al.

The Center for American Progress and the AFSCME present a range of views on the potential of cities and the problems they currently face.

March 31, 2015

VerdeXchange 2015 Panel Excerpts: ‘Ports & Their Greening’

VX2015 panelists consider sustainability efforts underway at the San Pedro Bay Ports and additional opportunities to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions.

March 31, 2015

Gateway to the USA: China’s Greenland USA and Panel Tout FDI in Los Angeles

A panel considers the City of LA's real-estate market and upswing in foreign direct investment.

March 31, 2015

Finland’s Cleantech Delegation Advocates Partnership with Los Angeles

Lenita Toivakka and Lassi Noponen speak to Finland’s track record as a “hotbed for environmental technology,” offering opportunities for collaboration.

March 25, 2015

What Can London Learn from & Teach LA Regarding Urban Transport/Mobility?

Ben Plowden shares his experience negotiating between a mix of uses for London’s road network.

March 24, 2015

Is LA City's Antiquated Zoning Code Fix Arguably Just an A-Political Exercise in Transparency?

Joel Miller clarifies the purview of re:code LA and questions whether the public should be interested.

March 24, 2015

Demographics Are Changing LA & 'Change' Has a Land-Use Champion: Sherri Franklin

Sherri Franklin shares lessons from her years building the capacity of communities in South Los Angeles and other underserved areas—as well as updating readers on current UDC work.

March 23, 2015

A High Bar: Pasadena Mayor Bogaard's Final ‘State of the City’

Mayor Bill Bogaard gives a status report on Pasadena in light of his upcoming retirement.

March 23, 2015

Olney's WWLA Addresses LA Housing Affordability and the City's Third Incarnation

“Which Way, L.A.?” considers the affordability crisis facing Southern California and the re-definition of the Los Angeles dream.

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