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10 Jun 2015

The Proof Is In The Clouds

In a few weeks, you may get to see evidence the atmosphere is changing —

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10 Jun 2015

Why Sweden’s Congestion Pricing Program Is A Huge Success

“Traffic is down 12 percent in Gothenburg, and transit use is on the rise.” When

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09 Jun 2015

A City Where Garbage Is Not

In San Francisco, when life gives you lemons, you make lemonade—as long as the lemons

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09 Jun 2015

Amazing Foods Make Amazing Cities

Food is a powerful draw – gourmand travellers will roam far and wide for a

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09 Jun 2015

How To Make Infrastructure Sexy

INFRASTRUCTURE IS VITAL, BUT TOTALLY BORING. ONE CHICAGO AGENCY TRIES TO SPICE THINGS UP WITH

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09 Jun 2015

Designing Google’s HQ Like Designing Software

Designed by Thomas Heatherwick and Bjarke Ingels, the company’s new California headquarters are glass domes

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09 Jun 2015

The Remarkable Power Of Sidewalks

What’s one of the simplest things a community can do to encourage walking? Build better

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09 Jun 2015

Why The Future Looks Smaller

CITIES AND RENTERS ARE STARTING TO ACCEPT APARTMENTS THAT ARE JUST 350 SQUARE FEET. HERE’S

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08 Jun 2015

Cities For The Super-Rich

London has the highest concentration of the world’s wealthiest individuals, followed closely by Tokyo, Singapore,

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08 Jun 2015

The 9 Limits Of Our Planet & How We’ve Raced Past 4 Of Them

Johan Rockström says humanity has already raced past four of the nine boundaries keeping our

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08 Jun 2015

How 3D Colorful Pathways Transform Tokyo Transit

At the personal level, your daily commute might seem tedious, even mind-numbing. But on a

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08 Jun 2015

How Digital Liberated Innovation From Large Cities

Big cities are considered great engines of new ideas for good reason. Lots of smart

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08 Jun 2015

Time And The City

If you stand on a rooftop along the East River in Brooklyn in the evening

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05 Jun 2015

Blue, The New Black: What Is Driving Water Risk

The 2015 World Economic Forum in Davos identified water crises – flood, drought, and pollution

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05 Jun 2015

A Walk Through The Old Pastry Shops Of Downtown Tehran

“The Armenians, the Turks and the Greeks all claim to have invented Turkish coffee.” “So

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05 Jun 2015

How Boomers Will Shape The Future Of Our Cities

The principal of CannonDesign predicts that his generation will be active participants in making our

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05 Jun 2015

Mumbai Metro: Your Credit Card Is Now Your Fare Card

Every second counts when you’re racing to catch a bus or a train, and stopping

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05 Jun 2015

When Public Spaces Are Only Possible With Private Wealth

  It’s no picnic to run a public park these days. Look at Manhattan’s Pier

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04 Jun 2015

A Vulnerable City Is Not A Smart City

“Real world hacker” Cesar Cerrudo has blasted vendors, saying they’re stopping security researchers from testing

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04 Jun 2015

The Connection Between City Trees And Income Inequality

A new study finds a strong correlation between income level and canopy cover. But the

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04 Jun 2015

The Mind Of The City For The Future Of The City

Imagine, says Alberto Hernando de Castro, you are moving to a city. Maybe it’s New

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04 Jun 2015

Can Visionary Design Renew City Living

By the middle of this century, our cities are likely to be hotter, experience more

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