Federal policymakers and academic institutions can support students most in need by confronting evolving barriers faced by homeless and housing-insecure students.
Biden’s Infrastructure Plan Begins to Address Concerns beyond Transportation but Only Meets Part of the Need
Our nation’s economy is built on the infrastructure system being structurally sound, efficient in performance, and equitable in delivery and construction.
Community-Based Approaches Combined with National Policy Implications Represent the Future of Environmental Justice Research
By taking a neighborhood-centric approach, researchers can better demonstrate the severity of exposure communities experience.
The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated existing unemployment challenges and has further underscored the importance of building strong pathways to employment.
Despite the Pandemic’s Hit to Sales, Small Businesses Aren’t Experiencing Dramatically Higher Delinquencies. But Will That Trend Last?
New evidence shows that the pandemic’s effects have largely not—or at least not yet—translated into dramatically higher delinquencies or defaults among small businesses.
Winter Storm Uri’s Impacts on Houston Neighborhoods Show Why It’s Urgent to Build Equity into Climate Resilience
Truly addressing systemic disparities in access to quality housing in Texas requires reimagining how infrastructure investment can achieve equitable outcomes.
Three insights from the Love Your Block program can inform other cities seeking to adapt their community and neighborhood-based services during the pandemic.
“Learn to Code” Won’t Cut It: How Planners Can Ensure Energy Transitions Won’t Leave Coal Country Behind
Previous energy transitions have left communities behind—but this is not inevitable.
New data provide an opportunity to recalibrate the way the state deploys housing resources.