Why airports are the perfect place to put the science of happiness to the test.
From EnRoute Magazine, Dec. 27, 2012
When a Canadian writer goes to work in a taqueria in Mexico City, he discovers the passion of the proprietor, the foundation of the cuisine, and the song and soul of the capital.
From Gourmet, March 2009
Are fortification and foreign aid making Kabul more dangerous?
From The Walrus, Dec., 2008
In Kabul, how might security architecture be changed to foster psychological stability?
From Dwell, Nov. 2008
Speculator behaviour is ravaging cities. Can we resist the hot deal?
From The Walrus, Oct./Nov., 2008
The world has heard all about Dubai. But a few kilometres up the coast, planners from Vancouver are trying to turn Abu Dhabi into a true desert oasis.
From enRoute Magazine, Oct. 1, 2008
Once a rough-edged logging town, Portland has become a model of enlightened city-making with plenty of lessons for our own planners.
From Vancouver Magazine, April 2008
From Paris to Bogotá, urban spaces are undergoing a radical transformation with one thing in mind: your well-being.
From EnRoute Magazine, Feb. 1, 2008
Mountain peaks are tumbling as arctic glaciers melt away.
From Canadian Geographic, May/June 2007
Two friends set out to confront -- and save -- the mysterious jaguars of Corcovado Park.
From Reader's Digest, 2007