Could France’s Approach to Combating NIMBYism Work in the United States?
Twenty years ago France passed a law that required cities to have a certain percentage of social housing or face penalties for failing to comply. Since then the country’s most exclusionary cities and suburbs have seen a fivefold increase in the availability of social housing, according to a new study.
Why Nonprofit Cooperatives Are Thriving in Zurich
Not a single cooperative has left this program since it was introduced more than a century ago, making it possible for generations of families to live securely, and at predictable costs, in housing whose governance they control. How does the program work?
Perspectives on the Community Land Trust
An interview with John Emmeus Davis, Line Algoed, and María E. Hernández-Torrales, editors of On Common Ground: International Perspectives on the Community Land Trust.