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Conor Sen 24h
"By statute, Boston mayors have such a monopoly that an incumbent has not lost in nearly seven decades"
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Roham Dec 15
Blockchain enables us to evolve from dependence on centralized institutions to interdependence on each other.
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James Stewart Dec 13
Billions of internet-connected devices could produce 3.5% of global emissions within 10 years and 14% by 2040, according to new research.
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Brad Ferguson 🇨🇦 Dec 13
Once again, global cities are asking how the brand is connected to economic development. Here's how:
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Jonathan Woetzel Dec 12
China accounted for less than 1% of the value of worldwide transactions only about a decade ago. That share is now more than 40%.
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Patrick Collison Dec 5
Neat: Japan Airlines pre-orders some supersonic aircraft. . (Boom is a three-year-old startup.)
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CityAge Dec 11
's , Rhonda Lenton, brings important perspective to
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jasonachiu Nov 26
Real change comes to those who are willing to put in the time, real impact comes to those who are willing to do the work, too. on the role of government and social impact.
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Rhonda L. Lenton Nov 22
This is an opportunity to consider how all community partners must work together to improve the life of all citizens.
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Economic Innovation Dec 6
Counties with fewer than 100,000 people are 11 times more likely to be economically distressed than counties with more than 100,000 people. Read more:
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James Stewart Dec 6
San Diego launches an ambitious $30 million smart city project to outfit 3,200 streetlights with sensors.
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Arup Americas Dec 5
A wrap up of 's summit featuring 's Nille Juul-Sorensen
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Nancy MacDonald Dec 2
Interesting read - the MTA regional plan. Policy changes to zoning to incentivize TOD. Replace late night subway service with bus transit. Looking to enhance mobility.
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Chris Ronayne Nov 30
Great exchange in DC this week. Thanks for the opportunity to talk 200 M Americans living in Metro areas today This is the
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Rhonda L. Lenton Nov 30
Pleasure to speak at last week about how institutions are anchors in their communities, contributing to inclusive city-building and community-building: ~rl
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Chris Perrey Nov 30
How do you build the workforce of the future? , , & discuss the process "birth through death!"
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Tom Dallessio Nov 30
The new student comes to college with 4-12 credits already. No problem - We’re hearing students want coops, classes abroad and professional studies says (Sounds like my son.)
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Yonah Freemark Nov 30
Here's the 4th plan website: Here are the subway line expansions the organization proposes
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Courtney R. Snowden Nov 30
Joined the Conference to share insights from DC’s work expanding economic opportunity and building an inclusive City for our residents! Thanks !
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Mike J. Cowden Nov 30
Resiliency is increasingly a competitiveness issue: people will choose to invest in companies & live in areas that posesss resilience & move away from those that do not. But we have confidence that we can shape our future
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