Think Global Visit The Young Urbanists Handbook to start exploring our cities, find solutions to the challenges contemporary cities face, and understand what more needs to be done. Want More? Here are a few online urbanism magazines & newspapers we love: CityLab City Observatory Wired Cities Monocle and their podcast The Urbanist The New York Times and Vox often have…Read More
2 Get Social
Get Social Follow us on Twitter or Facebook to stay abreast of the latest thinking (and controversies!) in Urbanism. Want More? Here’s some of our favourite people to follow on Twitter: New York Times contributor Allison Arieff City Planner Brent Toderain, and particularly his City-Making Math (gotta get me some of that) Parking guru Donald Shroup Financial Times…Read More
3 Act Local
Act Local Get involved in what is going on in your town or city. This one’s a biggie so hold on to your hat! Start with You Begin with your experiences living your local neighbourhood or town. How could things be changed for the better? What would you like to see? Better cycling infrastructure? (Great for kids!)…Read More
4 Still Hungry?
Still Hungry? Awesome. We’ve got some great materials to take your conversations further. Top 10 Books for Young Urbanists Check out your local or school libraries for these books. For Young Urbanists under 8 Iggy Peck, Architect by Andrea Beaty Rosie Revere, Engineer by Andrea Beaty The Three Little Pigs: An Architectural Tale by Steven Guarnaccia For Young Urbanists…Read More
Young Urbanists Detroit, United States Photo by Hermes Rivera on Unsplash Meet Katherine Barcelona, Spain Photo by Pablo Gentile on Unsplash Our Partners East Houston Street, New York, United States Photo by Fré Sonneveld on Unsplash Urban Education Chicago, United States Photo by Chris Palomar on Unsplash Our Participants Toronto, Canada Photo by Scott Webb…Read More