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07 Dec 2015

How Wellington Is Redefining What A Cool Windy City Is

The wind speed in this breeziest of cities once hit 154mph just a few miles

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07 Dec 2015

Why We Must Learn From Sunken Cities Or Suffer Their Fate

The British Museum’s Sunken Cities exhibition is a reminder of our future. If we accept

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04 Dec 2015

How A Truly Connected City Can Accomplish Much

Nashville’s former mayor led his city as a single, networked entity. His approach is paying

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04 Dec 2015

Top 13 Essential Beijing Experiences

For most travelers, a visit to Beijing evokes visions of The Great Wall of China.

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04 Dec 2015

Internet Liberates The World, But Not Equally

This we know: The next billion people who are coming online will do so from

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04 Dec 2015

Why Following The Signs Is Both Quirky & Fun

Civic startup aims to get more people to walk and cities to invest in bike

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03 Dec 2015

Chicago Greens : The 10 Best Spots To Refresh In The Windy City

Chicago is a big city—approaching three million in population—but has been called the Second City

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03 Dec 2015

How To Be Sustainable Like An Aussie

“A sustainable Australia is possible – but we have to choose it.” That’s the finding

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03 Dec 2015

Looking For Fresh City Air? Discover Here Where Not To Be.

Outdoor air pollution kills 3.3 million people, mostly in cities, every year. That’s more than

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02 Dec 2015

Why Cities And Cars Are Soon To Get A Divorce

Last month, Oslo became the first major city to announce ambitions to go car-free by

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02 Dec 2015

A Focus On HIV Orphans For World AIDS Day 2015

As the globe marks World AIDS Day, December 1, experts say still there is much

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02 Dec 2015

Global Unemployment Hitting 200,000,000 ++ Wake Up Call?

Global unemployment is forecast to reach 212m people by 2019, according to the ILO. But

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01 Dec 2015

Land Of Midnight Traffic Jams. More Fun? More Like Hell On Earth.

Metro Manila, on an urban level, was named as having the “worst traffic on Earth,”

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01 Dec 2015

Why Sustainability & Unbridled Growth Is A Match Made In Hell

Can Australians be sustainable and enjoy endless economic growth? It’s not likely. Steve Hatfield-Dodds argued

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30 Nov 2015

Turquoise Queen & Seas : A Warm Welcome In Malta

  The Queen unveiled a plaque in Malta to honour the spot where her late

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27 Nov 2015

Silicon Valley’s Cause And Solution To Inequality Is The Same

San Francisco is a living crystal ball of what happens when a city refuses to

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27 Nov 2015

7 Things You Should Know About The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

“It’s a Thanksgiving Day tradition: the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.” This year’s gathering celebrated the

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25 Nov 2015

Zimbabwean Women Weave Their Own Beautiful Future

Seventy-seven-year-old Grace Ngwenya has an eye for detail. You will never catch her squinting as

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24 Nov 2015

How A New York Urban Farm Is Fighting Big Oppressive Food Systems

On a small farm in Grafton New York, a group of people are dismantling oppressive

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24 Nov 2015

How Can Climate Talks In Paris Impact The Rest Of Us

Drought has been deadly for indigenous people in Colombia’s desert peninsula, underscoring a global crisis:

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24 Nov 2015

The Top, Best, Quirkiest Flea Markets In The U.S.

Amidst the hodgepodge of rare goods and collectible gems that can be found at flea

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23 Nov 2015

Why Greenland’s People Will Pioneer A New Way Of Life

Greenland’s hunters are facing a threat to centuries of tradition. Albert Lukassen’s world is melting

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