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The people power behind Mexico City’s new constitution

By Gregory Scruggs MEXICO CITY, Mexico — When you think about people drafting a constitution, it might conjure a bunch …

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Global Street Design Guide

In the time it takes you to read this post, five people will die. Not from heart attacks or handgun …

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What’s Next in the Fight Against Poverty? How About Common Sense

Former General Motors CEO John F. Smith once said, “We listened to what our customers wanted and acted on what …

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How U.S. foreign policy came to embrace urban issues — and may change under Trump

By Gregory Scruggs The U. S. government has undergone a sudden and rapid change since the inauguration of Donald Trump as …

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2030 Districts: High Performance Building Districts Leveraging Public-Private Partnerships

Our cities can be the cornerstone of the green circular economy, supporting resilient societies and inclusive communities with universal access …

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Buses are What’s Next in Transportation: But Only if Streets are Reprogrammed for Bus Rapid Transit

This is the fourth in a series entitled The Future of Mobility, a joint project of CommonWealth and Meeting of …

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3 cities show ways to make local progress on the Sustainable Development Goals

By Athlyn Cathcart-Keays Editors note: This article first appeared in Citiscope.org and is reprinted with permission. Citiscope.org as an independent, …

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Universal Basic Income: Does the Carrot Work Better than the Stick?

Automation and robots will destroy jobs but create work. How will we secure employment in the future? Since 1970s, social …

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