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Urban farming and Food Sharing Revolution in Todmorden

Urban farming and Food Sharing Revolution in Todmorden

Todmorden, a 14,000-strong English small town close to Manchester, was first hit by an industrial slump in the 1970’s and then by a housing crash during the 2008 recession. Face with high...

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Floating Buildings Spread to Asia and the United States

Floating Buildings Spread to Asia and the United States

As city real estate space becomes increasingly difficult to find, people are turning towards rivers and oceans and creating their own floating living spaces. These amphibious houses are built on...

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Oakland towards Circular Metabolism and Zero Waste

Oakland towards Circular Metabolism and Zero Waste

Like an economy, a city is more or less a human body: it has inputs, outputs, and a central, circular flow. Its metabolism is measured by whether it processes its resources in a linear or circular...

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Beyond Capturing Carbon: CO2 as a resource

Beyond Capturing Carbon: CO2 as a resource

Michael Braungart and Douglas Mulhall, authors of Cradle to Cradle: Criteria for the Built Environment, paint a very pessimistic future for carbon management. Cancun and Durban have both produced...

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Convincing the Rest of Portland to Buy a Bike

Convincing the Rest of Portland to Buy a Bike

Portland is well-known for being a progressive, green city, as seen in shows such as Portlandia. It boasts several parks, responsible businesses and an excellent public transportation system. The...

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