07 Oct 2015

10 Nations That May Go Extinct By 2115

It can often seem as though nations are permanent fixtures on the landscape, immovable, unchangeable,

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05 Oct 2015

The 10 Best Emerging Markets For Retail

Neither turmoil in the global markets nor geopolitical tensions can hold retailers down. Through a

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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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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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09 Sep 2015

Before California’s Birthday, The Earth Shaped It First

With the discovery of gold in 1848, thousands of prospectors poured into California. When it

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24 Aug 2015

The Top 10 Cities Of The Future

If you think about it, human settlements tend to have their own gravitational pull. Like

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24 Aug 2015

Why Millennials Will Soon Leave The Cities They Remade

Officials in several cities transformed by young adults try to predict their next move. For

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28 Jul 2015

A Mysterious Law That Predicts The Size Of The World’s Biggest Cities

For the past century, an obscure mathematical principle called Zipf’s law has predicted the size

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18 Jun 2015

How To Raise Awareness About Population Explosion

How do you raise awareness about population explosion? One group thought that the simplest way

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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

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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18 May 2015

Megacities Might Not Save The Planet After All

YOU LEARN TO put up with a lot when you live in Mexico State. The

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15 May 2015

Are tiny homes the next big thing for cities?

As urban populations swell, as the number of singles increases — and as city officials

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09 May 2015

Cities Save The Earth From Humanity

Can humans grow enough food, produce enough energy and still preserve some of the last

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23 Apr 2015

What Happens When All Our Cemeteries Are Full?

The business of death has become highly lucrative as the cost of dying rises in

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18 Apr 2015

Can A City Become Too Big?

The number of megacities has been increasing so rapidly in the last few decades that

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26 Mar 2015

London’s Booming : The City’s Surging Population

The capital’s growth – the number of residents is rising towards 10 million and beyond

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11 Mar 2015

What If The Entire World Lived In 1 City?

Two Yale architects pose the question in an ambitious research project. It’s difficult to think

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09 Mar 2015

Geoffrey West: The Surprising Math Of Cities And Corporations

Physicist Geoffrey West has found that simple, mathematical laws govern the properties of cities —

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04 Mar 2015

Should The World Plan For Fewer (Not More) People?

Current UN projections show that there will be 11 billion people living on Earth by

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19 Feb 2015

Infographics : East Asia’s Massive Urban Growth

If everyone who recently migrated to cities in the region were a country unto themselves,

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09 Feb 2015

See The World Cities Explode In Size

The new Atlas of Urban Expansion maps out the past so cities can prepare for

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31 Jan 2015

Africa and Asia and the Urban Population Boom

The UN predicts that two-thirds of the world will live in cities by 2050, with

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