The Nature of Cities (TNOC) is a collaborative blog where contributors from around the world share and explore insights about cities as "ecosystems of people, nature, and infrastructure." Founded and edited by David Maddox, who holds a PhD in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from Cornell University, TNOC is truly interdisciplinary with 400+ content writers that include activists, designers, ecologists, sociologists, architects, nature writers, and community leaders. As a result, readers will find a range of material here, from Essays on New Orleans' water management to Round Table discussions on Graffiti and street art. The homepage displays recent posts for easy browsing, while the TNOC Archive allows users to search all Reviews, Essays, Podcasts, and Roundtables by Author, Month, Tag, or Category. Additionally, among the four TNOC Projects on the site, readers may be especially interested in reading ten pre-released chapters of the Urban Environmental Education Review, scheduled for publication in Spring 2017. Available chapters include "Community Environmental Education" and "Climate Change Education" among others.