04 Sep 2015

Indulge With The World’s Best Chefs In Singapore

Singapore is a culinary destination, with its own talented cast of homegrown chefs. But it

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04 Sep 2015

Why Doesn’t New Orleans Look More Like Amsterdam?

Meet David Waggonner: the urban and environmental architect who wants New Orleans to come to

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04 Sep 2015

On The Edge Of Existence, The City Of Timbuktu

What is life like in Mali’s ‘city in the middle of nowhere’? Guardian photographer Sean

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03 Sep 2015

How Africa’s Libraries Can Be Its Launchpad To The World

South African librarians were shocked in 2013 when one of the top researchers at the

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03 Sep 2015

15 Unique Experiences Washington D.C. Offers

Everyone knows we have a magnificent display of cherry blossoms that lasts as long as

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03 Sep 2015

A Tale Of Four World Cities Compared

These four cities – home to a total of more than 80 million people –

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02 Sep 2015

Cities Everywhere Get New Google Logo

Google has changed a lot over the past 17 years—from the range of its products

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02 Sep 2015

How Transportation Nourishes And Shapes Urban Communities

It is estimated that by 2050, two-thirds of the world’s population will live in cities.

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02 Sep 2015

Cruelty Makes Cities Ugly

“Cruelty Makes Cities Uglier Than Problems They Try To Solve” The spikes installed outside Selfridges

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01 Sep 2015

How Christchurch Returned The City To Its Cycling Roots

After the 2011 disaster, residents were asked what they wanted from the city once known

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31 Aug 2015

Bike City Copenhagen : This Is The Ultimate Bicycle Friendly City

Welcome to Copenhagen, although if you’re a fan of two-wheeled transportation, you’ll probably come to

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31 Aug 2015

An Alarming Glimpse Into Unbridled Urban Development

British photographer Marcus Lyon creates apocalyptic images of what cities might look like if left

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31 Aug 2015

8 Surprising Discoveries In Amsterdam Cycling Culture

Amsterdam is a city where 48% of all trips made in the city centre are

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31 Aug 2015

Train Buffs Will Love This Atlas of Railway Photography

The map, created by a self-professed rail geek, plots geotagged train-related Flickr images. Nick Benson

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31 Aug 2015

How To Build In Neighbourhoods With Lean Methodology

In some ways, is a rejection of wonk — a way to show and not tell.

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28 Aug 2015

Why Friends & Communities Are Key To Bike Culture In Brazil

Nossa Cidade explores critical questions for building more sustainable cities. Every month features a new

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28 Aug 2015

Fun Friday : Three Cities. Public Spaces. Street Pianos.

When walking in downtown Hangzhou, China, one can safely expect to see a healthy variety

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27 Aug 2015

The Transportation Choices That Millennials Want

To attract young professionals, cities increasingly are going to have to think multi-modal. With no

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27 Aug 2015

How Can We Live Within The Means Of Our Planet?

We are used to hearing that if everyone lived in the same way as North

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27 Aug 2015

Understand China’s Current Economy In 6 Charts

Has the China bubble finally burst? China’s major stock indexes extended its loss to a

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27 Aug 2015

Life On The Slow Lanes In The U.S.

Traffic congestion nationally reached a new peak last year and is greater than ever before,

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26 Aug 2015

Stay Cool Or Warm With The Best Hotel Pools In The World

In case you hadn’t noticed, hotel pools have moved up a notch from the kinds

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25 Aug 2015

Top Notch Talent? Head Over To Top Notch Countries!

New data from LinkedIn shows certain professionals are moving away from countries like India and

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25 Aug 2015

5 Things That Make Norfolk, Virginia A Hidden Gem

Your Uber driver’s demeanor can tell you a lot about a city. If he’s a

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25 Aug 2015

Which U.S. Cities’ Wireless Carrier Dominates On A State-By-State Basis

When it comes to the best overall wireless performance in the United States, Verizon reigns

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25 Aug 2015

Why City Government Innovations Is Simply Good Business

Other agencies want to buy Longboat Key, Fl.’s award-winning fire application, but can the city

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25 Aug 2015

The World’s Top Cities For Female Entrepreneurs

Where in the world are women most likely to found a business? According to the

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24 Aug 2015

How Data Analytics Help Cities Re-think People’s Health And Safety

In cities around the country, we’re seeing the beginning of fundamental change in how governments

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24 Aug 2015

The Top 10 Cities Of The Future

If you think about it, human settlements tend to have their own gravitational pull. Like

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24 Aug 2015

Why Millennials Will Soon Leave The Cities They Remade

Officials in several cities transformed by young adults try to predict their next move. For

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21 Aug 2015

The Top 10 Richest Cities With Serious Poverty Issues

The ten cities listed here are some of the richest and most cultured cities in

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20 Aug 2015

The 10 Best Party Cities In The World

You wake up covered in god knows what, on a couch you’ve never seen before

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20 Aug 2015

How To Reduce Your Water Footprint

The average American lifestyle requires about 2,000 gallons of water every day. Fresh water consumption

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20 Aug 2015

How Driverless Cars And Big Data Intersect in Simulated City

The fun thing about driverless cars is the cars, of course: how they recognise and

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19 Aug 2015

How Car-Centric Cities Like Phoenix Learned To Love Light Rail

While other cities have struggled to finance their existing transit, Sun Belt cities like Phoenix

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19 Aug 2015

If Civic Engagement Is Boring, You’re Probably Doing It Wrong

The five cities of the City Accelerator’s second cohort — Albuquerque, Atlanta, Baltimore, New Orleans

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19 Aug 2015

How Philly 311 Platform Comes With An Innovative Twist

Earlier this year, the city of Philadelphia – one of the communities in the City

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19 Aug 2015

8 Inspiring Ascensions Through Nature

Generally speaking, when humans go mucking about in nature, installing fences, signs, and observation towers

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18 Aug 2015

Who’s To Blame When Artificial Intelligence Systems Go Wrong?

There has been much discussion of late of the ethics of artificial intelligence (AI), especially

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18 Aug 2015

Why San Francisco Will Make You Crave Veggies

Can “resetting” corner stores change the way people eat? What happens when there is food

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18 Aug 2015

How To Conserve Water Without Bankrupting Water Utilities

The more water people save, the more money utilities lose. But new pricing models could

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18 Aug 2015

How North Dakota Uses Drones For City Improvement

The addition of night flying opens up the opportunities to test sensor payloads in all

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17 Aug 2015

Singapore : Why Expats Call This Utopia

Imagine a major metropolis where traffic flows quickly on green highways; where streets are sparkling

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14 Aug 2015

How Big Data Can Also Discriminate Like People

“This program had absolutely nothing to do with race…but multi-variable equations.” That’s what Brett Goldstein,

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04 Aug 2015

How The World Would Be Without Ice

Portland, Oregon, may not be a coastal city, but if all of the world’s ice

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31 Jul 2015

Australia’s Queensland Set To Become Sunnier With Largest Solar Farm

A sea of glass panels may soon be sprawling across a paddock in Queensland’s Darling

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30 Jul 2015

Why So Many Want Yet So Few Ride Mass Transit

Closing the support-usage gap will be key to a strong public transportation future. Every transit

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29 Jul 2015

19th-Century Arches Could Be Key To Pedestrian Safety

Matthew Falber led walking tours of Central Park for years before the idea struck. After

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29 Jul 2015

Why Innovation Doesn’t Have To Be Hi-Tech

When you think of innovation in the built environment, what comes to mind? Perhaps you

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29 Jul 2015

How Leaders Led The Example On Sustainable Urban Mobility

It takes a combination of citizen support and top-down vision to create meaningful change in

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