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De la #Urbótica y la estructura urbana

De la #Urbótica y la estructura urbana | Ciudades & Cities | Scoop.it
Ciudad automática o Urboótica, habla de un conjunto de servicios e instalaciones  públicas aplicadas a la infraestructura urbana para la mejora de la calidad de vida de las personas, desde infrae

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Infographie sur les villes les plus écologiques au monde !

Infographie sur les villes les plus écologiques au monde ! | Ciudades & Cities | Scoop.it

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Madrid, única española entre las "ciudades del futuro" con el puesto 15

Madrid, única española entre las "ciudades del futuro" con el puesto 15 | Ciudades & Cities | Scoop.it
La innovación, la tecnología, la apertura al resto del mundo y el capital intelectual tienen un papel decisivo en desarrollar las llamadas ciudades del...

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8 idées futées pour la ville du futur

8 idées futées pour la ville du futur | Ciudades & Cities | Scoop.it

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What if we could rebuild New York City?

What if we could rebuild New York City? | Ciudades & Cities | Scoop.it
New York has become one of the world’s most populous, densely packed cities. What if you could redraw the city’s map – and build it from scratch?

 

If we were designing New York today, how different would it look?

The new New York City would balance the relationship between the information networks that the metropolis depends on and Earth’s finite resources.

All vital components of life would be monitored and attuned to the needs of every organism, not just humans. Supplies of food and water, our energy and waste and even our air would be sensibly scrutinised. Thanks to masses of miniaturised low-cost electronic components deployed across the city, communication becomes far easier. New York will grow and adapt to millions of new minds entering it everyday.

The city would make sure every need is provided for within its borders. How we provide nutrients, transports, and shelter would be updated. Dilapidated buildings would be replaced with vertical agriculture and new kinds of housing would join cleaner, greener ways to get around the city. What were once streets become snaking arteries of livable spaces, embedded with renewable energy sources, low-tech, green vehicles for mobility and productive nutrient zones. The former street grid could provide the foundation for new flexible networks. By reengineering the obsolete streets, we can create robust and ecologically active pathways.

While all this may sound optimistic, some of this city of tomorrow is already taking shape...


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Norm Miller's curator insight, April 18, 2014 2:36 PM

What a great academic exercise!  The question is really applicable to all new cities and city undergoing renovation.  More mixed use, greener, better transport systems, more shared everything and more self-sufficient describe the plan.

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20 Cities Shining Brightest With Solar Energy

20 Cities Shining Brightest With Solar Energy | Ciudades & Cities | Scoop.it
Environment America scanned the nation find out which cities are shining the brightest when it comes to solar energy
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La naturaleza será la protagonista en las futuras ciudades

La naturaleza será la protagonista en las futuras ciudades | Ciudades & Cities | Scoop.it
Un nuevo informe de Arup, la consultora de ingeniería internacional detrás de proyectos como el Garden Bridge de Londres, desvela cómo las ciudades de todo el mundo se adaptarán en
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Les villes du futur seront écologiques ou ne seront pas !

Les villes du futur seront écologiques ou ne seront pas ! | Ciudades & Cities | Scoop.it
Imaginez un futur idéal, un monde parfait où les logements seraient aussi des "éco-logis". C'est le rêve des architectes qui imaginent une ville de demain faite d'immeubles intelligents capables de transformer nos déchets en énergie renouvelable. Et si ce rêve était une réalité toute proche ?

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La smart city, un écosystème global

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une interview de Blaise Mao, rédacteur en chef adjoint d’Usbek & Rica, sur l’avenir de la « ville intelligente ». À découvrir […]


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Decálogo de requisitos para una Ciudad Inteligente según Seedwind

Decálogo de requisitos para una Ciudad Inteligente según Seedwind | Ciudades & Cities | Scoop.it
Cuidar el medio ambiente, movilidad más eficiente y aprovechamiento de energías renovables, entre las características que debe reunir una Smart City.
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CIUDAD 2020, la ciudad conectada al internet del futuro

CIUDAD 2020, la ciudad conectada al internet del futuro | Ciudades & Cities | Scoop.it
Energía, transporte y medio ambiente son los pilares que sustentan este proyecto dirigido a crear Ciudades Inteligentes para el Ciudadano 2020.
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The Most Innovative Cities in the World

The Most Innovative Cities in the World | Ciudades & Cities | Scoop.it
From Shanghai to Nairobi, designers, architects, and planners are using advanced materials, smart science, and big data to make cities better than ever.

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Where Cities Are Growing Faster Than Their Suburbs

Where Cities Are Growing Faster Than Their Suburbs | Ciudades & Cities | Scoop.it
In 19 of the 51 largest U.S. metros, including knowledge centers like New York and Austin, the city grew faster than the suburbs last year.
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Shareable cities - Integration, not separation, for road users

Shareable cities - Integration, not separation, for road users | Ciudades & Cities | Scoop.it
Is the ‘naked streets’ strategy bringing a positive impact? We analyse cities around the world and look how they are studying the concept of shared space.
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La ciudad nos enferma

La ciudad nos enferma | Ciudades & Cities | Scoop.it
¿Cuándo fue la última vez que paseó por un parque? ¿A qué distancia de su casa está? ¿Cuánto tiempo tarda en desplazarse al trabajo? ¿Lo hace en bicicleta, andando, en coche...? To
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Has the time come for floating cities?

Has the time come for floating cities? | Ciudades & Cities | Scoop.it
Could our cities be seaworthy – or are remarkable new proposals for floating urban communities merely utopian sci-fi?

 

A floating village at London's Royal Docks has the official nod, and Rotterdam has a Rijnhaven waterfront development experiment well under way. Eventually, whole neighbourhoods of water-threatened land could be given over to the seas. After decades of speculation and small-scale applications, the floating solution is finally enjoying political momentum – and serious investment...


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Norm Miller's curator insight, April 15, 2014 1:23 PM

One way to deal with rising seas. :-)

 

Lorraine Chaffer's curator insight, April 19, 2014 3:08 AM

Planning for when sea levels rise … 

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INFOGRAPHIC: How Green Cities Can Help Sustain the Future

INFOGRAPHIC: How Green Cities Can Help Sustain the Future | Ciudades & Cities | Scoop.it

People around the world are moving to urban areas in record numbers – and for the first time ever there’s more people living in cities than in rural areas. This trend is only set to accelerate, so it’s high time to develop solutions to make our cities more sustainable. CityTownInfo just launched a new infographic that shows how greener cities can pave the way to a sustainable future – check it out after the break.


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Norm Miller's curator insight, April 15, 2014 1:24 PM

Mixed use and density does lower resources per capita.  But this is the first estimate I've seen.

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Smart cities : sous les pavés, les données ?

Smart cities : sous les pavés, les données ? | Ciudades & Cities | Scoop.it
Nouvelle tendance dans le paysage de l’innovation et des nouvelles technologies, les Smart cities, ou villes intelligentes. Ce concept, qui incarne l’innovation et des solutions pour des villes durables, recouvre néanmoins certaines ambivalences.
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Researchers envision a fully sustainable New York City

Researchers envision a fully sustainable New York City | Ciudades & Cities | Scoop.it

Like former mayor Michael Bloomberg, a group of researchers envision a sustainable New York City -- with bikes, planting new trees, reducing citywide greenhouse gas emissions -- but that's where the similarities end.In a bold new "thought-experiment," the Terreform Center for Advanced Urban Research, a multidisciplinary non-profit organization, tried to envision a fully sustainable New York City, with entire streets and avenues converted into greenways and farms.In a city with nearly 8.3 million residents, 4 million acres of food-producing land -- roughly the size of Connecticut -- is required to feed their appetites annually. Combined with carbon emissions from transporting the food -- these so-called "food miles" -- it's no wonder why some studies list food production as the one of the leading contributors to climate change.


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Stephane Bilodeau's curator insight, March 29, 2014 9:23 AM

"Our study means to have implications for all cities that are seeking to take greater responsibility for their impact on the planet," he told CBS News in an email. "We [also] believe that cities are logical increments of political organization, particularly in an era of indifferent multinationals and incompetent nation states."

 
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Seis autopistas que desaparecieron para transformar sus ciudades

Seis autopistas que desaparecieron para transformar sus ciudades | Ciudades & Cities | Scoop.it
Eliminar el trazado de todo un tramo de autopista no es un proyecto fácil, pero algunas ciudades se han atrevido a hacerlo. El resultado no solo ha mejorado el tráfico de la zona, sino que ha creado espacios verdes y un entorno más habitable y acogedor que la franja de asfalto y coches que había antes.

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Ciudades abiertas, ágiles y con empatía

Ciudades abiertas, ágiles y con empatía | Ciudades & Cities | Scoop.it
Impulsando una ciudad ágil y dinámica desarrollaremos una comunidad capaz de maximizar las oportunidades que le brindan las las tecnologías para promover la innovación
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The 'smart city' movement: From experimentation to standardization

The 'smart city' movement: From experimentation to standardization | Ciudades & Cities | Scoop.it
The smart city vision will best be realized if urban leaders work together to develop standard practices for modern management.
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