How a small town reclaimed its grid and sparked a community revolution | Aditya Chakrabortty
March 9, 2018

When a German utilities contract expired, one man thought his neighbours could take over. Wolfhagen not only reclaimed its grid, it cut energy prices and inspired hundreds of other cities, writes Guardian columnist Aditya Chakrabortty

Martin Rhl never imagined Continue reading

Roads to nowhere: how infrastructure built on American inequality
February 25, 2018

From highways carved through thriving ghettoes to walls segregating black and white neighbourhoods, US city development has a long and divisive history

Its a little after 3pm in Detroits 8 Mile neighbourhood, and the cicadas are buzzing loudly in Continue reading