13 Jan 2016

You Need A New Relationship With Urban Noise

You know the drill – walking through the city alone you have your headphones on,

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06 Jan 2016

Why Nanotech’s Best Benefits In Africa Begins With Our Waste

A cheap, easy to maintain, “green” toilet that uses no water and turns human waste

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10 Dec 2015

Discover 10 Cool Items For Your Smarter & Greener Home

Looking to spruce up your home? New options, showcased at this year’s Greenbuild trade show,

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17 Nov 2015

The Prequel And Sequel To Obamacare In 2015

Having insurance is vital to the health of your family and your wallet. It can

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05 Nov 2015

Greener But Not Cleaner? How Trees Can Worsen Urban Air Pollution?

No one enjoys choking on smog, but are more trees really the answer for polluted

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05 Nov 2015

The Fattest States In America In 2015

“Fat” may be the new normal in America. Drawing on data from the Centers for

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04 Nov 2015

How Americans’ Spending Habits Have Changed Over a Decade

Where consumers end up spending their money each year fluctuates for a number of reasons.

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03 Nov 2015

Why Big Cities Are Driving Us Mad

It is often said that we are living through another period of mass urbanisation –

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30 Sep 2015

How NYC Will Cut A Million Tons Of Emissions From City Buildings

Mayor Bill de Blasio will announced a multi-faceted plan to speed progress in the city’s

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15 Sep 2015

Think Cities Make You Smart? Think Again. If You Can.

Metropolitan cities continue to swell across the U.S. as millions flock to densely populated regions

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09 Sep 2015

How China’s Cities Can Curb Car Congestion

A century of car-centric urban development has left our cities polluted, congested and searching for

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27 Aug 2015

Life On The Slow Lanes In The U.S.

Traffic congestion nationally reached a new peak last year and is greater than ever before,

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24 Aug 2015

How Data Analytics Help Cities Re-think People’s Health And Safety

In cities around the country, we’re seeing the beginning of fundamental change in how governments

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20 Aug 2015

How To Reduce Your Water Footprint

The average American lifestyle requires about 2,000 gallons of water every day. Fresh water consumption

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18 Aug 2015

How To Conserve Water Without Bankrupting Water Utilities

The more water people save, the more money utilities lose. But new pricing models could

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29 Jul 2015

How Leaders Led The Example On Sustainable Urban Mobility

It takes a combination of citizen support and top-down vision to create meaningful change in

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28 Jul 2015

Why Are We Not Making The Most Of Buildings In Cities?

Urban residents around the world have different daily routines, but they share something in common

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27 Jul 2015

The Most Walkable Cities In Texas

When it comes to walkable cities, Texas tends to get a failing grade. It’s well-deserved:

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22 Jul 2015

What Really Happens To All That Stuff You Recycle

In many municipalities around the country, the days of sorting your recyclables for curbside pickup

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20 Jul 2015

Without Smart, Connected People There Are No Smart Cities

Driverless cars, smart homes, streetcars and high-speed rail, skyscrapers clad in solar panels – there

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18 Jul 2015

19 Foods You Can Regrow From Scraps

Want to take your commitment to local foods to the next level? Look no further

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26 Jun 2015

25 Breathtaking Restaurant Experiences You Shouldn’t Miss

There is an old cliché in real-estate saying “Location, location, location”. This usually refers to

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24 Jun 2015

The World’s Weirdest Restaurants

Planning to enjoy a nice dinner with your friends and loved ones? Why not turning

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16 Jun 2015

City Public Toilets : The True Measure Of Hygiene

Reacting to the poor offering of public amenities across major cities, apps like Airpnp –

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15 Jun 2015

Get Yourself Fit In These 10 Cities

Samir Becic 4 times Number 1 Fitness Trainer in the world and his Health Fitness

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15 Jun 2015

How Wind Turbines Foster Health Problems

In a radio interview, Prime Minister Tony Abbott raised what he described as the “potential

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10 Jun 2015

10 Best Cities For Families

Choosing where to raise your children is one of the most important housing decisions you’ll

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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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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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26 May 2015

Using Low-Emission Zones To Improve Health In Cities

In May 2007, the Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, announced that the city would be

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19 May 2015

The Best Active Designs That Help People Live Healthier Lives

Design influences our health and quality of life, for better or worse and in ways

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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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22 Apr 2015

Suffocating Under The Dome Of China’s Air Pollution

A film criticising Beijing’s pollution record has logged millions of views, and the government now

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11 Apr 2015

Smart Is As Smart Does. Stupid Just Does Nothing.

There’s community and there’s commuting. Let’s not confuse the two. With the population growing and

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09 Apr 2015

With Less Pollution, L.A. Kids Are Growing Stronger Lungs

Millennial children have better respiratory health than did those in the smoggy ’90s. Here’s some

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07 Apr 2015

Landscape Essential For Healthier Cities

The state of the nation’s health is rarely out of the news, and much has

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07 Apr 2015

Planning Healthy Cities, A British Approach

The trend for urban populations to be healthier than their rural counterparts is known as

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18 Mar 2015

The Secrets In Sewage

What can a city’s waste reveal about the health of its population? The Centers for

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05 Mar 2015

What Bacteria Can Do For Your City

Many of us are accustomed to observing our world on the scale permitted by our

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16 Feb 2015

Cities Might Influence Not Just Our Civilizations, But Our Evolution

Cities reverberate through history as centres of civilisation. Ur. Babylon. Rome. Baghdad. Tenochtitlan. Beijing. Paris.

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07 Feb 2015

Harnessing City Sounds For Better Urban Living

Counting cars, finding where shootings have occurred, and counting wildlife: all of this can be

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03 Feb 2015

Rethinking Our Cities To Fight Obesity

Using urban planning to help fight obesity by putting people on a design-based diet that

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03 Feb 2015

The World’s Healthiest Cities

What makes a city healthy? A combination of factors, ranging from readily available healthcare to

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30 Jan 2015

Sick Cities: Why Urban Life is Breeding New Illness Fears

“The whole history of urban life, in a sense,” says Richard Barnett, “is of living

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29 Jan 2015

Staying Healthy In The Concrete Jungle

Here’s some tips to help you avoid whatever bug or virus is currently doing the

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