Jamie Larmour-Reid

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Let's settle this: inner city living is more sustainable

There’s plenty of debate over the future of sustainable urban planning. Is it outer suburban sprawl that’s unsustainable, or is it high-density inner …

The too-smart city

Parking in Boston can be a grueling experience, but Christos Cassandras envisions a way to make it almost effortless: Have the city itself sense when …

People are happier when they live near public transit

<b>(Amy Johansson/Shutterstock)</b><p>A study makes the connection between life satisfaction and transportation<p>Lindsay Abrams<p>September 12, 2013 6:22pm (UTC)<p>Arrive at your subway station just as crowds of people exit -- a sure sign that you've missed your train -- wait around in the crippling heat, then …

Taking the Next Step: Paris Leads With Innovation in the Streets

<i>The following is a guest post by Stephane Kirkland, author of Paris Reborn, and an expert on the history of the French capital. The post was written</i> …

InformationWeek, serving the information needs of the Business Technology Community

Lisa Morgan, Freelance Writer, 6/11/2018<p>Emily Johnson, Digital Content Editor, InformationWeek, 6/18/2018<p>Guest Commentary, Guest Commentary, 6/19/2018<p>…

New California law aims to cultivate urban agriculture

A new law promoting community gardens and small farms lets municipalities lower property taxes on plots of 3 acres or less if owners dedicate them to growing food for at least 5 years.<p>October 02, 2013|By Lee Romney<p>Caitlyn Galloway, who runs a small-scale commercial farm in a residential… (Lee …

The Great Growth Disconnect: Population Growth Does Not Equal Economic Growth

Tackling climate change: Copenhagen's sustainable city design

Global warming poses a real threat to cities but planners in the Danish capital are taking visionary steps to ensure its resilience – and success – as far ahead as 2100<p>Visualise the world in 2050: convex streets that collect water from superstorms and pocket parks that absorb heat and can be turned …

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