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26 Feb 2015

MIT Is Drawing 10,000 Maps To Save The World

The social computing group wants to initiate social change via data visualisation at the rate

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26 Feb 2015

Innovation In Energy Will Drive Sustainable Cities

Urbanisation makes cities a main focus for environmental policy. Digital technology and innovation will enable

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26 Feb 2015

The Greening Of Hamburg’s Autobahns

Hamburg’s plan to hide its highway underground and cover it with green space will reconnect

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26 Feb 2015

Chicago, The Last Great Capital Of Cartography

As America grew in the late 19th century, so did mapmaking—and Chicago was at the

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26 Feb 2015

The Unlikely Ascent Of Palestine’s Green Architects

One of the first thoughts Danna Masad had about the importance of architecture occurred to

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25 Feb 2015

Every City Should Have Something Like San Francisco’s Mass Transit Access Map

It lets you see exactly how much of the city you can reach in a

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25 Feb 2015

NYC, San Francisco On Different Paths To Pedestrian Safety

New York’s Vision Zero campaign turns one this month. In the year since Mayor Bill

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25 Feb 2015

4 Reasons You Should Move To Vienna

Urbanists obsess over the Austrian capital city and for good reason: It’s beautiful, has affordable

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25 Feb 2015

Hidden City : Dublin

Dublin is a city of stories and secrets but for the author and historian exploring

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25 Feb 2015

Taxi Stockholm’s Unusual City Guide

Swedish cab firm Taxi Stockholm has launched Taxi Trails, a new website for tourists that

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25 Feb 2015

The Floating Gardens Of Uppsala

The Swedish city debuted its buoyant pocket park as a way to promote urban farming.

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25 Feb 2015

How Copenhagen Is Using LEDs To Create A Smarter City

The Danish capital is using a network of LEDs to do everything from direct cyclists

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25 Feb 2015

Copenhagen’s Cycling Innovation

From ‘green wave’ traffic lights and majestic harbour bike bridges to digital countdowns and foot

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25 Feb 2015

A Power Ranking Of California’s Start-Up Cities

Two MIT social scientists have developed a better way of mapping entrepreneurial quality. It seems

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25 Feb 2015

How Vancouver Became One Of North America’s Most Family-Friendly Cities

It took very concerted policy efforts going back to the early 1990s. If you’re a

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24 Feb 2015

Ancient City Ruins Warn Us About Our Urban Future

The ruins of Tikal are surrounded by a national park — 57,600 hectares of rainforest

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24 Feb 2015

How To Build A Fairer City

Four leading academics propose the ‘grounded city’ – where sustainable transport, accessible broadband and modest

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24 Feb 2015

The Fading Distinction Between City And Suburb

As high-income people return to cities and urban neighbourhoods, they bring much of their suburban

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24 Feb 2015

Paris’s P’tit Vélib’

Vélib’, the world’s third largest bike share service, has expanded into uncharted territory last 2014: the

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24 Feb 2015

Science For Designers: The Meaning Of Complexity

Today’s designers seem to love using new ideas coming from science. They embrace them as

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23 Feb 2015

What’s The World’s Coldest City?

Yellowknife in Canada, where windchill regularly takes the temperature below -30C? Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia, where

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23 Feb 2015

What Goes Up Does Not Come Down

We all know what architecture critic Banksy thinks about 1 World Trade Center. He infamously

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