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How Green Spaces Improve Quality of Life Within Cities

Architectural and urban planning professional discuss how to make megacities cope with a quickly evolving, innovative world.
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Quiet energy revolution underway in Japan as dozens of towns go off the grid

A northern Japanese city's efforts to rebuild its electric power system after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami mark a quiet shift away from the country's old utility model toward self-reliant, local generation and transmission.
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Japan trials driverless cars in bid to keep rural elderly on the move

Japan trials driverless cars in bid to keep rural elderly on the move | Societal Resilience, Foodproduction, Mobility, Living, Logistics, Infrastructure | Scoop.it
As the annual rice harvest begins this month in the Japanese town of Nishikata, the combines that usually putter along the sleepy roads lining its rice fields are giving way to a vehicle residents have never before seen, a driverless shuttle bus.
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China is looking at banning the sale of petrol and diesel cars

China is looking at banning the sale of petrol and diesel cars | Societal Resilience, Foodproduction, Mobility, Living, Logistics, Infrastructure | Scoop.it
The Chinese government is looking at potentially banning the sale of traditional fuel cars, though no time scale as been offered.
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How Driverless Cars Could Be a Big Problem for Cities

How Driverless Cars Could Be a Big Problem for Cities | Societal Resilience, Foodproduction, Mobility, Living, Logistics, Infrastructure | Scoop.it
The technology could signal the beginning of the end of parking tickets and other revenue sources. Some cities' budgets could take a big hit.
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A fully controllable environment - Deliscious, the Netherlands (English subtitles)

Deliscious, a modern lettuce production greenhouse founded by the two brothers Roy and Mark Delissen has completely implemented several innovativ
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Villa Kogelhof - The story

Aesthetics and sustainability are not mutually exclusive. On the contrary, they complement each other. For us, embracing sustainability is all about making groundbreaking…
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How Electric Vehicles Could End Car Ownership as We Know It

How Electric Vehicles Could End Car Ownership as We Know It | Societal Resilience, Foodproduction, Mobility, Living, Logistics, Infrastructure | Scoop.it
Christopher Mims looks at the electronic vehicles that could end car ownership as we know it, from Swagtron’s Swagger-1 electric scooter to Mahindra Group’s GenZe 2.0 to the three-wheeled Arcimoto SRK
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GIGadgets - A simpler, everyday mobility solution from... | Facebook

GIGadgets - A simpler, everyday mobility solution from... | Facebook | Societal Resilience, Foodproduction, Mobility, Living, Logistics, Infrastructure | Scoop.it
A simpler, everyday mobility solution from Hyundai. The rider controls speed via a thumb switch and rear-wheel breaking pad. #CES2017
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Robotics Expert Predicts Kids Born Today Will Never Drive a Car - Motor Trend

Robotics Expert Predicts Kids Born Today Will Never Drive a Car - Motor Trend | Societal Resilience, Foodproduction, Mobility, Living, Logistics, Infrastructure | Scoop.it
A robotics professor at UC San Diego predicts babies born today will never, ever get to drive a car.
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Overpopulation – The Human Explosion Explained

In a very short amount of time the human population exploded and is still growing very fast. Will this lead to the end of our civilization? Check ou
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These Podcasts From 2035 Give Us A Glimpse Into The Future Of Transit

These Podcasts From 2035 Give Us A Glimpse Into The Future Of Transit | Societal Resilience, Foodproduction, Mobility, Living, Logistics, Infrastructure | Scoop.it
They're just acting, of course, but they portray the benefits and conflicts that might result from a world of autonomous vehicles, hyperloops
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'Timberscrapers' could soon dominate urban skylines

They just don't make 'em like the Sakyamuni Pagoda anymore. Built from wood in 1056 in the Shanxi province of China, the building has remained standing t
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How the Intelligent Home of the Future Will Care For You

How the Intelligent Home of the Future Will Care For You | Societal Resilience, Foodproduction, Mobility, Living, Logistics, Infrastructure | Scoop.it
The intelligent home of the future is coming sooner than you think. Our future homes will not only provide us shelter, but much more than you think.
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High-Tech Hydrogen Trains Are Revolutionizing Mass Transit

High-Tech Hydrogen Trains Are Revolutionizing Mass Transit | Societal Resilience, Foodproduction, Mobility, Living, Logistics, Infrastructure | Scoop.it
Learn about the remarkable advancements of hydrogen powered trains and whay they mean for the future of fuel cell technology.
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The high cost of free parking

Hidden parking rules hurt our cities. Will Chilton and Paul Mackie of Mobility Lab explain. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO The cities w
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Autonomous Cars Will Be "Private, Intimate Spaces"

Autonomous Cars Will Be "Private, Intimate Spaces" | Societal Resilience, Foodproduction, Mobility, Living, Logistics, Infrastructure | Scoop.it
An autonomous car designer spoke at a Tech 2025 workshop on Thursday about how self-driving cars are designed based on what people are going to do i
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Singapore's giant vertical farm grows 80 tons of vegetables every year

Singapore's giant vertical farm grows 80 tons of vegetables every year | Societal Resilience, Foodproduction, Mobility, Living, Logistics, Infrastructure | Scoop.it
Electronics company Panasonic is venturing into indoor farming with a Singapore warehouse farm that grows over 80 tons of vegetables per year under LED lights.
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The Real Moral Dilemma of Self-Driving Cars

We talk about all the potentially challenging situations autonomous cars could get into but not about how human drivers are not very good. Tens of thousand
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Three-mile-high futuristic skyscraper has a smog-eating, self-cleaning coating

Three-mile-high futuristic skyscraper has a smog-eating, self-cleaning coating | Societal Resilience, Foodproduction, Mobility, Living, Logistics, Infrastructure | Scoop.it
As part of their campaign The Jetsons, manufacturing company Arconic designed a three-mile-high skyscraper with a smog-eating, self-cleaning coating.
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This animated map shows how radically a high-speed train system would improve travel in the US

This animated map shows how radically a high-speed train system would improve travel in the US | Societal Resilience, Foodproduction, Mobility, Living, Logistics, Infrastructure | Scoop.it
Are high-speed trains the future?
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Why cities should plant more trees

This year over 3 million people will die from air pollution. Planting trees can help lower that number. Read more
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