Earlier this year the city unveiled an updated plan to combat climate change, the 2016 Climate Action Plan (CAP). It[Read More…]
A few ways to reduce carbon emissions from traffic congestion in San Diego without more roads or rails
Last month, I accepted the challenge to camp out for a total of 31 nights between May and September. It’s[Read More…]
Our failure to cultivate the value and quality of our public spaces and public life is found in the fact when people want to be heard, seen, and get their message out to as many people as possible, they now gather on freeway bridge overpasses… for its on the freeways where everyone else can be found today, and not on our public street corners and squares.
After months of discussion and several revisions, the Downtown Mobility Plan goes to the San Diego City Council on June[Read More…]
I’m Orlando Barahona and this is the first account of my experiences as a homeless man in San Diego. One[Read More…]
What happens when the tech star millennial gives up on tinder and falls in love and chooses to have a family? Can they build off of their success and keep their ‘experience driven’ lifestyle in the heart of the city or do they now need to move to, at best, the ‘uburbs’ or at worst, the suburbs?
At first glance, the recent East Village Convadium proposal has many appealing qualities: it is an attractive, modern complex with[Read More…]
Reasons to buy an electric vehicle that have nothing to do with the environment (and which portend an imminent and rapid global shift to electric vehicles)
Electric vehicle ownership now has practical and personal advantages over gas powered vehicle ownership that have nothing to do with the environment. These advantages portend an imminent and rapid shift towards electric vehicle ownership, delayed only by a soon to end public information lag.
Downtown San Diego’s Horton Plaza Park expansion opened last week . . . more or less. Construction is not quite[Read More…]