This infographic focuses on the cities of London, New York, Vancouver, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, and Stockholm.
It’s hard to quantify what makes a city "greener" than any other metropolis, but there are some clues: car ownership, green space, bicycle usage, solar installations, recycling, and water consumption are just a few factors that create environmentally responsible cities.
An infographic from HouseTrip lays out what different cities are doing in an easy-to-read format. A handful of major world cities stand out as leaders. This infographic focuses on London, New York, Vancouver, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, and Stockholm; three of these cities made it into our top 10 smart cities list (two others were runners-up). Each of these cities have statistics worth mentioning. Amsterdam has one bike for every 0.73 people, Copenhagen has legislation requiring all new buildings to have green roofs (this will add 5,000 square meters of vegetation), and only 44% of New Yorkers own a car, compared to 95% of Americans overall.
Visit the link to view the full infographic and to read more about the specific elements that make each featured city 'green'...
This week on the viral video recap, we’ve found explosions on high-speed cameras, a grumpy-looking cat, a surefire way to scare Apple fans and a contender for the most obnoxious movie death scene in history.
As social media professionals, I believe this is one of the two biggest struggles we have both with our clients and with our bosses, the other being actually what to post, but that is a completely different topic.
Big Brands often integrate new social media channels in their social strategy while struggling to keep their market share and always have a great relationship with their customers transformed in fans or followers.
Battle of the Sexes on Google There are plenty of tools out there that help people post the same piece of content across multiple networks. Sendible, Hootsuite, Buffer - all make posting easy and convenient.
“Creativity involves breaking out of established patterns in order to look at things in a different way.” – Edward de Bono For this month’s blog, I thought I’d take a back seat and share the thoughts of one of my fellow directors at TANK, Jim...
Since 1986, I've asked more than 10,000 people where and when they get their best ideas. Less than 2% have said "the workplace." Based on my 25 years of working with a ton of innovation-seeking organizations, here's my take on why.
It’s that time on a Thursday afternoon where we all need to stop for a good cuppa. I’m going to spend mine talking here about a discussion we often have in (RT @SeanDonahoe: RT @SeanDonahoe: Is Social Media Marketing Growing Up?
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