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18 May 2015

Living In : The World’s Best Cities For Expats

Whether assessing the local climate, calculating the cost of living or understanding how easily you

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18 May 2015

Megacities Might Not Save The Planet After All

YOU LEARN TO put up with a lot when you live in Mexico State. The

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18 May 2015

Urban Sprawl Reversal In The Future

Did you know crowded cities take up only 2% of the earth’s surface, but generate

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18 May 2015

Futuristic Smart City Models of Paris

Inhabitat favorite Vincent Callebaut just unveiled plans to transform Paris into a futuristic “smart” city

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16 May 2015

Mapping The Age Of Every Building In Manhattan

A tool called Urban Layers tracks Manhattan’s rise, block by block, since 1765. The Harlem

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16 May 2015

13 Things The World Needs To Thank Paris For

Paris has been through a lot in the past few days, months, years, and centuries

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16 May 2015

An Insanely Detailed, Hand-Drawn Map Of San Francisco

It took illustrator Jenni Sparks three months to finish this secret-laden cartography. For London’s Jenni Sparks,

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16 May 2015

Welcome To The New Toronto

By combining London’s diverse population, San Francisco’s neighbourhood feel and Auckland’s adrenaline-induced playfulness, the Canadian

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16 May 2015

10 Things Singapore Does Better Than Anywhere Else

OK, it measures just 50 kilometers by 26 kilometers. But somehow Singapore always manages to feel

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15 May 2015

Step Inside The 10 Best Green Buildings of 2015

When the American Institute of Architects first started handing out annual awards for sustainable architecture

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15 May 2015

How Cities Would Look Without Their Famous Tourist Landmarks?

There’s not really any reason to go to Paris if you’re not going to see

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15 May 2015

Are tiny homes the next big thing for cities?

As urban populations swell, as the number of singles increases — and as city officials

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15 May 2015

NYC PLANS TO GIVE RESIDENTS $70 MILLION WORTH OF WI-FI

In an effort to further bridge the New York City’s digital divide, the de Blasio

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14 May 2015

How Universities Affect The Urban Fabric Of U.S. Cities

Beyond the rioting gear, police, looting, and violence, the images of the recent demonstrations in

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14 May 2015

Triumph Of The Public Space In Copenhagen

Copenhagen is often praised for its commitment to cycling and infrastructure. With 41% of all

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14 May 2015

Great Transit : Boon To Local Businesses

Jobs are moving back into city centers, but there’s still an awful lot of them

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12 May 2015

Tesla Energy For Utilities

  For utility scale systems, 100kWh battery blocks are grouped to scale from 500kWh to

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12 May 2015

Tesla Energy For Businesses

Based on the powertrain architecture and components of Tesla electric vehicles, Tesla energy storage systems

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12 May 2015

Solar Juice + Battery + Beautiful Design @ Home

  The world currently consumes 20 trillion kWh of energy annually. Enough energy to power

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11 May 2015

CO2 On A New World Record High

  The monthly global average concentration of carbon dioxide just broke 400 parts per million

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11 May 2015

Declining Walkability Plays Big Role In China’s Obesity Problem

But it’s the middle class, not the poor who may pay the biggest price.  

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11 May 2015

A Sky Portal From Subway Depths

The centerpiece of New York’s New Fulton Center, the Sky-Reflector Net recalls an era when

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