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Jay Walljasper

Jay Walljasper

Jay Walljasper, editor of OnTheCommons.org and author of "All That We Share: How to Save the Economy, the Environment, the Internet, Democracy, Our Communities, and Everything Else That Belongs to All of Us" and "The Great Neighborhood Book," writes widely about cities, community, sustainability and travel. On The Commons is a commons movement strategy center.

Articles by this author

 

Bike Breakthrough: Connecting neighborhoods with Low-Stress Routes

Cities expand stand-alone bike lanes into full networks everyday people actually like to use

Jay Walljasper ·




How to Make City Streets More Friendly

A bottom-up St. Paul project changes how people feel about their city

Jay Walljasper ·


Healthy Snack Invented on Indian Reservation Now Faces Stiff Corporate Competition

Pine Ridge reservation is one of the poorest places in the United States. But hope is rising about the success of a buffalo-and-berry snack bar invented there, which is turning some of its profits back to the community.

Jay Walljasper ·


America’s "Worst Walking City" Gets Back on its Feet

Oklahoma City improves life for people who walk—and reaps the benefits

Jay Walljasper ·



MDs Now Prescribe Walking to Boost Your Health

A compelling reason to keep that New Year’s resolution to be more active.

Jay Walljasper ·

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