Author: William Hudnut
William H. Hudnut III is senior fellow emeritus of ULI; a member of the Georgetown University faculty; a former mayor of Indianapolis, 1976–1991; and chair of the June 2011 ULI advisory services panel in Indianapolis.
Articles by William Hudnut
- Mayor Richard M. Daley: Visionary Leadership and Political Skill
Published on February 02, 2012 in Sustainability
Richard M. Daley—2010 winner of the J.C. Nichols Prize for Visionaries in Urban Development—was a “green” mayor committed to sustainability, energy efficiency, and measures to address climate change.
- Revitalizing Cities: Advice for Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
Published on December 13, 2011 in ULI Day, December 14, 2011
The third panel ULI ever conducted, in April 1948, and the most recent one, in June 2011, involved the same city—Indianapolis. The comparison shows that problems faced by cities after World War II—transportation, environmental degradation, overcoming blight, and finding sufficient funds—have not disappeared.