by Urban Omnibus • March 27th, 2013
Urban ecologist Alexander Felson proposes a new kind of ecological practice, one that moves from analyzing nature to shaping it and embeds scientific experiments into the design process.
by Yael Friedman • December 21st, 2012
Superstorm Sandy and its continuing messy aftermath have provoked many serious conversations about New York City’s future. These range from...
by Urban Omnibus • December 18th, 2012
Thursday, January 10, 7:00pm - With Tom Angotti, Susannah Drake, Alexander J. Felson, and Claire Weisz, moderated by Cassim Shepard
Roundup – Thanksgiving Edition: Turkey Day Transit, Cities on the Cliff, Mayors Challenge, Radiation in Ridgewood, and more on Sandy
by Urban Omnibus • November 21st, 2012
The enormity of recent and current events — natural disasters and a presidential election at home, intensifying violence abroad —...
by Urban Omnibus • November 16th, 2012
HERE COMES THE STORY OF THE HURRICANE While the national news media has moved on from the devastation wrought by...
by Urban Omnibus • November 9th, 2012
The aftermath of Superstorm Sandy and the outcome of Election Day dominated our newsfeeds and our attention this week. And...
by Shin-pei Tsay • September 26th, 2012
Shin-pei Tsay calls on urbanists to better communicate the crucial role cities can play in addressing the global challenges of climate change.
The Omnibus Roundup — Plan to be Flooded, Deep Maps, Four Freedoms, Dredgefest, Newtown Creek Armada, and a Glimpse of a Future Underground
by Urban Omnibus • September 14th, 2012
PLANNING TO BE FLOODED The waterfront of New York City, in the glow of recent revitalization efforts, is often cast...