To prevent damage caused by overcrowding of its natural sites, Jackson Hole Travel & Tourism Board is encouraging visitors to use its geotag "Keep Jackson Hole Wild" instead of exact locations as part of its increased sustainability plans
A new Starbucks provides convenience and caffeine to visitors, but to many it represents a trend of commercialism and 25,000 people petitioned to stop it from opening
Pseudo-public space—squares and parks that seem public but are actually owned by corporations—has quietly spread across cities worldwide
Kayaking spots and a colorful playground were proposed to bring new life to the river
Swale is trying to reframe food as a common good for all
Seoul’s ambitious Skygarden revives a disused elevated 1970s highway with 24,000 plants – and is open to all, 24 hours a day
Reviving the Lower East Side with an urban park that exists underground
A mini documentary from PBS looks into the potential of turning abandoned spaces into a public park.
The spaceship-esque plans reflect the tech company's commitment to innovation, intuitive interfaces and aesthetic design.
Sun-powered stations ensure that your devices never run out of juice.
Dan Barasch Co-Founder of the Lowline, discussed his plans to remodel downtown Delancey Street in NYC.
New project aims to promote free access to reading.