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The international window

( 12.03.2011 10:42 )    
Wilkins, David
The average European citizen doesn’t seem too willing to buy an electric vehicle, because customers' expectations are at odds with their actual capabilities. The Independent, March 12, 2011
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in > Environment

( 11.03.2011 17:45 )    
Weber, Christopher
Carrots grown on a paved basketball court, anyone? In urban gardens enthusiastic growers make do with whatever space is available, no matter how unconventional. The Christian Science Monitor, March 11, 2011
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in > Environment

( 11.03.2011 10:58 )    
Hill, John F.
What’s next? Now the largest community in southwest RiversideCounty, it's trying to respond to that growth. CaliforniaPress-Enterprise, March 10, 2011
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in > Cities > Sprawling places

( 10.03.2011 21:14 )    
Madden, Peter
Look at how our current houses (and gardens) will become the eco-homes of the near future, saving space, water, energy and so on. Green Futures, March 2011
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in > Environment

( 10.03.2011 13:39 )    
Barnett, Laura
Food from the Sky has planted a vegetable garden on a shop roof in north London – and its founder wants other shops around the country to do the same. The Guardian, March 9, 2011
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in > Cities > Retail and Entertainment places

( 08.03.2011 21:20 )    
Kalita, S. Mitra
Neighbor battles neighbor living on the other side of the road over footpaths; 'It's Being Fought Block by Block. One could say: that’s urban against suburban. Wall Street Journal, March 8, 2011
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in > Cities > Sprawling places

( 07.03.2011 21:43 )    
Saulter, Carla
The truth is, no matter where you live, you can't stay there every waking minute: kids almost always prefer to go somewhere else. And urban spaces are always more interesting. Grist, March 7, 2011
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in > Society

( 07.03.2011 09:00 )    
Barrenger, Daniel
Almost one billion people living in the global slum are in danger during any natural disaster, be it flood, or earthquake and so on. The Independent, March 7, 2011
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in > Society

( 06.03.2011 12:04 )    
Mann, Shirley
Phone’s copper ‘skin’ can take on the warm glow of its owner, or any other source of warmth, like a radiator, or a sleeping favourite pet if you like. Green Futures, March 2011
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in > Society

( 06.03.2011 10:22 )    
Burke, Jason
A controversial project to bulldoze Dharavi, the giant shanty town that formed the backdrop to Slumdog Millionaire, is reviving the fortunes of extremist parties.The Observer, March 6, 2011
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in > Cities > Central Places

( 05.03.2011 20:51 )    
Glaeser, Edward L.
Dense cityscapes are not just highly productive, they are green. So how can a country of McMansions and Ford Expeditions preach the virtues of low-carbon urban living?Athens Banner-Herald, March 5, 2011
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in > Cities > Sprawling places

( 04.03.2011 12:37 )    
Gardiner, Joey
Planners say proposal is sound for scheme that will keep New Labour initiative for sustainable and low-emission communities alive. Building magazine, March 4, 2011
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in > Cities > Sprawling places

( 04.03.2011 11:20 )    
Merrick, Jay
Too many reviews for the new extravagant book by John Kasarda and Greg Lindsay! This last is also quite ironic, published on The Independent, March 4, 2011
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in > Planning > The Planner

An ancient granddad of teleconferencing and Skype, to show how an high-tech approach alone can’t solve any city problem. From Time magazine, issue July 28, 1961
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in > Anthology

( 03.03.2011 12:06 )    
Brandes Gratz, Roberta
Reusing existing buildings is a more sustainable practice than developing new ones, creates more local jobs and curbs environmental impacts and waste. The Huffington Post, March 2, 2011
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