Water Management and Climate Change in Ancient Maya City: Science Daily
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When right is not right at all: Tehelka
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Jonathan Glancey’s passport to the planet : The Guardian
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What NASA’s Blue Marble Photo Reveals About Climate Change : Mother Jones
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Before the flood: NewYork City is Just beginning to gird for ‘100 year storm’,if its not already too late : Capital NewYork
13 February 2012 5:10 AM | No Comments
London monuments mark city’s rising water level with LED rings : Digital Trends
13 February 2012 4:02 AM | No Comments
Why Land Use Planning Matters More Than Ever: The Atlantic Cities
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Rolling with Ever-Changing Gas Prices: Lessons from my dumb luck: Place Shakers and News Makers
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Renaissance in some neighbourhoods reducing urban sprawl, exodus: Montreal Gazette
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Transbay Gamble : The Architect’s Newspaper
New and improved: Rebuilding a disaster zone: The Independent
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An interview with Rajendra Pachauri: The Economist
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Rains good for Mumbai, not Asiatic Society: DNA
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Posted on March 8, 2011 | No CommentsThe slums of Rio de Janeiro—the infamous favelas—pile onto and up and over the city’s iconic steep hillsides. Simply getting from point A to point B requires a sub-alphabet of zigzaggery up stairs, over switchbacks, and through alleyways that can be just a...
Posted on April 27, 2010 | No CommentsThe Great Desprawling Experiment: Good.com 17 April 2010 “A textbook case of suburban sprawl”—that’s what local officials call the northern Virginia town of Tysons Corner, a place best known for its gargantuan shopping mall. Situated on the outer edge of the Washington, D.C., Beltway in Fairfax County,...
Posted on April 27, 2010 | No CommentsThe New Suburbs, a Plane Ride Away : Wall Street Journal 15 April 2010 In the quest for vibrant, affordable neighborhoods, some Bay Area professionals are moving north—way north, to Portland and Seattle. Scott McNeely is a transplant to the Pacific Northwest who kept his job in the...
Posted on April 25, 2010 | 2 CommentsRenaissance in some neighbourhoods reducing urban sprawl, exodus: Montreal Gazette April 22, 2010 Sometimes two problems can produce a solution. To illustrate the point, consider these contending issues confronting Montreal’s urban development. On one hand, politicians and citizens alike are looking for a way to control urban...
Posted on March 17, 2010 | No CommentsHigh-rise push to halt urban sprawl: The Age Source: The Age – Australia Published: March 16, 2010 SKYSCRAPERS have been declared the answer to Melbourne’s urban sprawl by two leading developers, with both revealing plans for more towers as the city struggles to cope with a surging population. Developer...