An upgrade for U.S. 36, between Denver and Boulder, will pull together a range of options to encourage people to drive less.
Renew Cities's insight:
All infrastructure projects should be taking the long view (reduce carbon emissions, adapt to climate change realities) as well as the broad view (broader uses, greater responsiveness to varying constituencies).
Since Bill Gates began devoting most of his time to philanthropy, he's been spending more time in the Gulf and has been impressed by the young leaders shaping the region’s future and its involvement in humanitarian work.
"What should a community do with its unused land? Plant food, of course. With energy and humor, Pam Warhurst tells at the TEDSalon the story of how she and a growing team of volunteers came together to turn plots of unused land into communal vegetable gardens, and to change the narrative of food in their community."
The 4-year-olds laughed as they ran out on the playground at the start of morning recess. Within minutes, one boy stopped, a terrified look on his face. Brenda Crisp and her staff immediately realized what was happening: Asthma attack.
Movers and shakers on the EIU’s city liveability ranking THE best quality of life of any of the world's urbanites is still enjoyed by Melburnians, according...
Renew Cities's insight:
Having visited Melbourne in January, I can understand its high liveability ranking on the EIU report. It's a beautiful, easy to navigate city. My only reservation: the high cost of goods and services are fairly painful for visitors from other countries whose currency doesn't measure up well to the Australian Dollar.
"Sungold tomatoes, amaranth, salad burnet, broccoli and eggplant... did my tummy just grumble? No, this isn't a farmer’s market shopping list. These are just some of the vegetables found in plastic semitransparent milk jugs, attached together with twine, hanging five feet above a concrete sidewalk to a row of trees at the Seattle Waterfront, between Alaskan Way and Wall Street to be exact."
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