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San Jose CA

San Jose Tackles Challenge of Digital Equity

As the Capital of Silicon Valley, San José is the “center of the universe” for innovation and disruptive technologies powered …

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Manhattan Skyline

Connecting the Dots Towards Well-Being

Every year, the U.S. Census Bureau fields more than 130 surveys, collecting literally hundreds of millions of data points that …

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Pont Neuf

Bridging Divided Cities, a Challenge to Policy-Makers and City Planners

For the last 200 years humankind has been going through a fundamental social and demographic change: the emergence of a …

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Sao Paulo Haddad

‘We managed to kick off a paradigm shift in São Paulo,’ mayor says on leaving office

In a year of global political turmoil, Brazil can boast about its upheaval. The impeachment of two-term president Dilma Rousseff …

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CIty Hall

Looking Beyond Borders: The Reality of Migration in Cities

Current mediatised depictions of the so-called ‘refugee crisis’ would have us place this phenomenon in a border fence, raft on …

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Amatrice Earthquake

As earthquakes rattle Italy, lessons in how — and how not — to rebuild cities and towns

By Simone D’Antonio ROME, Italy — When damaging earthquakes strike Italy’s historic cities and towns, as has happened multiple times …

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The Author Addressing The Habitat III Plenary

The UN’s New Urban Agenda Is Official…Now What?

The statistics are impressive. 30,000 people participated in Habitat III in Quito, Ecuador this year, the bi-decennial conference otherwise known …

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Renewable Energy

Corporations Lead in 100 Percent Renewables

This November, Microsoft contracted for a massive 237 MW of wind power in Kansas and Wyoming. Most new electricity generation …

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