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30 Sep 2015

The Top 10 Shopping Streets Of The World To Spend Your Holidays

  10. CALLE SERRANO, MADRID This is arguably the least famous of the world’s great

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29 Sep 2015

The New Tool Helping Cities Build Sustainably

Before constructing new infrastructure, government agencies are starting to evaluate projects’ potential economic, environmental and

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29 Sep 2015

How Corporations Can Help On Sustainable Development Goals

The shift in the perceived role of corporations as solely profit generators to agents for

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29 Sep 2015

Doubling Down On The Rebirth Of The American Shopping Mall

For the first 100 years of its existence, the tiny town of Williston, North Dakota,

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28 Sep 2015

THE 33 BEST AND MAGICAL COLLEGE BARS IN AMERICA

Nostalgic for that four-year vacation called ‘college’? Us too, which is why we’re bringing back

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25 Sep 2015

10 Best Cities For Young Entrepreneurs

NerdWallet tallied the top metro areas by population to determine this (surprising!) list of the

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25 Sep 2015

Pope Francis’ Visit To America, In Pictures

During the pope’s first trip to the United States, Catholics and non-Catholics alike navigate crowds

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24 Sep 2015

10 Most Provocative Quotes From Pope Francis’ City Visits

In more than two years as head of the Roman Catholic Church, Francis has not

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24 Sep 2015

Welcome To The Mall of 2039 : It’s Nothing Like Today

Forget the fluorescent-lit indoor mall that’s been synonymous with shopping for years. The future of

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24 Sep 2015

How Climate-Smart Cities Could Save The World

Green buildings and better infrastructure would not only spur economic growth but also cut carbon

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23 Sep 2015

How Road Diet Works For Urban Mobility

Planner Jeff Speck leads a video tour of four different street redesigns. A road diet

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23 Sep 2015

Saving China’s Shopping Centres, One Smart Mall At A Time

In the past year, nearly half of the world’s new shopping malls were built in

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22 Sep 2015

The Hard Work Of Pope Francis’ Balancing Act

On his first visit to the United States, as well as addressing a joint session

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22 Sep 2015

America’s Top 10 National Parks With Most Scenic Spots

America’s National Park Service runs more than 405 sites, including national seashores, recreation areas, historical

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22 Sep 2015

The Sounds Of The City Reflects Its Culture And Integrity. What’s Yours?

Researchers at MIT are asking people to record the sounds of their streets, which can

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21 Sep 2015

25 THINGS YOU (PROBABLY) DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT THE HOBBIT

Another Hobbit anniversary today, another Middle-Earth inspired adventure awaits for those who will discover it. Perhaps, rediscovering brings a

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21 Sep 2015

The Future Of Transport At Frankfurt, Also The Future Of Cities

This year’s Frankfurt auto show is full of conceptual shocks and protoype surprises from the

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18 Sep 2015

How Countries All Over The World Are Making Polluters Pay

By next year, nearly half of global GDP will be covered by cap-and-trade programs. Solving

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17 Sep 2015

Celebrate Constitution Day With USC

Congress designates Sept. 17 as a day to recognize the value and history of the

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17 Sep 2015

How A City In Chile Recovered From Devastation

Five years on from the 2010 earthquake, Gideon Long revisits the city flattened by a

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17 Sep 2015

How Wyoming Enjoys Quality Local Produce With Vertical Farms

With harsh winters and a remote location, Jackson, Wyoming, has been unusually dependent on food

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16 Sep 2015

Is This The Final Chapter For London’s Independent Bookshops?

Driven from the city by rising rents and online competition, a little over 100 independent

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