Honey, I Shrunk the City: Bold Ideas for Declining Urban Centers

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For years, urban planning has been all about growth. But in recent years, with the decline of American manufacturing, a whole new school of thought has emerged. It's all about shrinking, not growing. As more and more metropolitan areas lose populations and healthy tax bases, guest host Sara Terry looks at how are cities coming up with new solutions to control the change, instead of simply trying to cope with it. Also, the UN approves tough sanctions for North Korea. On Reporter's Notebook, it's the Lakers and the Magic, the Red Sox and the Yankees, and -- don’t forget, the Redwings and the Penguins.


Banner image: St. Etienne, France. Photo: Emmanuèle Cunningham-Sabot, Shrinking Cities International Network

Credits

Host:
Sara Terry

Producers:
Frances Anderton, Christian Bordal