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Next City 8h
How a broad-based community coalition influenced the creation of a just, equitable energy and climate plan for the city.
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Next City 20h
Join Next City this Wednesday to find out "How Graphic Design Can Narrow the Equity Gap," with of
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Next City 21h
How a broad-based community coalition influenced the creation of a just, equitable energy and climate plan for the city.
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Next City Dec 7
And Pittsburgh gets its first “unicorn” startup and an LA investor sees opportunity zones as more than a force for gentrification.
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Next City Dec 7
And in other housing news this week, Nashville cuts its affordable housing commitments in the face of budget cuts, and San Francisco considers banning no-cause evictions.
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Next City Dec 7
“We are interested in importing durable clothes, not cheap ones. If someone in the West has worn something and it comes here, it’s probably durable.”
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Next City Dec 6
And in other housing news this week, Nashville cuts its affordable housing commitments in the face of budget cuts, and San Francisco considers banning no-cause evictions.
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Next City Dec 6
Investor dollars are driving up prices for first-time homebuyers, but there's still a path.
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Next City Dec 6
The Homes for All Act has broad overlaps with the demands of recent housing-justice campaigns.
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Next City Dec 6
When you donate clothing, this is where it goes.
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Next City Dec 6
“It’s not purely decorative and beautification, but really about the relationships. What we’ve seen time after time is that it changes communities and how they understand one another."
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Next City Dec 6
See you in a few hours!
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Next City Dec 6
And Pittsburgh gets its first “unicorn” startup and an LA investor sees opportunity zones as more than a force for gentrification.
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Next City Dec 6
And in other housing news this week, Nashville cuts its affordable housing commitments in the face of budget cuts, and San Francisco considers banning no-cause evictions.
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Next City Dec 6
“We are interested in importing durable clothes, not cheap ones. If someone in the West has worn something and it comes here, it’s probably durable.”
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Next City Dec 5
Another year of reporting on social, economic, and environmental change calls for a celebration!
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Next City Dec 5
“That’s the story of immigrants, that’s the story of New York. But the New York we’re seeing today is not the New York of the past. Now it feels like the path is disappearing.”
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Next City Dec 5
“It’s not purely decorative and beautification, but really about the relationships. What we’ve seen time after time is that it changes communities and how they understand one another."
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Next City Dec 5
Moscow city officials have announced that the city will spend about 700 billion rubles (US$10.95 billion) on metro projects between 2020 and 2022, with the bulk of the amount going towards system expansion.
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Next City Dec 5
Investor dollars are driving up prices for first-time homebuyers, but there's still a path.
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