Special Issue on Water
Philip Wenz explores the frontiers of wastewater recycling. Wendy Lyons Sunshine provides a Texas example in a sidebar.
Sidebar: A Finer Filter
Best practices in stormwater management. A Planning Practice story by Steven Wise.
Joe MacDonald and David Beach describe efforts to protect Lake Erie's watersheds.
Sandra Martin explains why the bivalve could save Chesapeake Bay.
Vanessa Ahern tours developments near New York City's water source in the Catskills.
The West is thirsty and booming. The East is surprisingly dry. Stories by Allen Best and Cynthia Barnett.
Sidebar: Shortage in a Land of Plenty
Old structures are coming down — but not necessarily without a fight. Paul Shigley reports.
The Dutch float ideas for helping New Orleans and vice versa. Ruth Knack describes a two-nation approach to delta urbanism.
Jeff Herlitz tells how experts are tackling the biggest cleanup job of all.
St. Louis Arch, New Jersey affordable housing.
Public hearing ejection, mobile home placement.
Design skills, Big Dig.
Ecological planning, global warming.
Reid Ewing discusses Donald Shoup's upcoming JPER article about graduated density zoning.
The broader meaning of water.
Cover: The Gila River in southeastern Arizona. After joining the Colorado River in southwestern Arizona, it ultimately flows into the Sea of Cortez. Photo courtesy Arizona Department of Water Resources.