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Wow. James Howard Kunstler would love this.
I read today that by 2030 (or was it 2050?), 70% of the world's population will live in urban areas. nuts!
Natural disasters have a way of shattering complacency. Earthquakes bring new building codes; hurricanes prompt evacuation planning. But what about a disaster that unfolds over 50 or 100 years?...
LEED has become the industry standard for green building but is the USGBC's rating system moving fast enough to address the importance of widespread climate change?
More than 1/2 the world's population lives in cities today...5 urbanists (inluding the always interesting and provacative James Howard Kunstler) give their opinion on how our cities need to...
This article reminded me of Robert Putnam's "Bowling Alone." The book argues that our "social capital" and sense of community has rapidly decreased due to malls, tv,...
This article takes a look at Brazil's most ecofriendly city, Curitiba.
I guess you'll have to wait till next Tuesday to find out!
When I lived in Barcelona, I used to meet friends for weekly Absinthe outings at a local bar (Absinthe Tuesdays!). Im glad to see its finally made its way back to the Bay!
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