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World Economic Forum 7h
These are the 30 best placed for long-term
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eyesshare Nov 9
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Rebecca Toltz Nov 11
Look what’s coming to : ‘How Work’ - featuring
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World Economic Forum Nov 10
These are the world’s most-visited
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Federico Amorosi 11h
Good to see NYC explore shared solutions. Lots of opinions on this in the last few years so I hope other will implement soon. Could make cities more competitive by diversifying options, particularly for low income & younger populations.
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Sthlm Resilience 14h
- the front lines of - On Nov 23, The Beijer Institute, & will be co-hosting a seminar with the 2018 winner - Professor Find out more and register to attend by following the link -
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World Green Building Council 19h
Home to 12 million residents, Chinese megacity is crowded, polluted, and vulnerable to flooding. A rooftop garden is using plants to make stormwater work for the city, and to improve the livelihoods of residents
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World Economic Forum Nov 10
These countries are all building brand-new
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Creating Communities 6h
Aside from benefits for people, are often hotspots for threatened species and are justifiable locations for serious in for its own sake. By .
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Silviu Pirvu Nov 10
Colourising b&w photos using looks promising in generating intuitive perceptions of space and features. Thank you for making it available as a colab notebook!
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Oliver Moore Nov 10
From Bernstein, 'Why read Hannah Arendt Now.'
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Stantec 11h
WEBINAR: How can we Save Our ? Our own will join and to discuss walkable urban places in a changing world. Register here:
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Rasmus Elling 17h
Students interested in a world of , analysed with the tools of Humanities and Social Sciences, look here:
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FAO Nov 8
🌲🌳🏙️🌲🌳 and urban forests can make our greener, healthier and happier places to live.
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Sergey Avetisyan 2h
Population of in the Republic of . ( is omitted/1.104 million (2006))
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Karl Clayton Sluis 14h
Discover with great —even ones that *aren't* NYC and SF
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deepurban 16h
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Sakshi Gaur 19h
Mr Umamaheshwaran Rajasekar, Chair- Urban Resilience emphasizes on the need for to undertake pre-disaster planning & multi risk based master plans to create cities
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Mastercard News 19h
Mastercard is connecting , academia and businesses to address urban challenges through collaboration learn more:
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Sakshi Gaur 24h
Need to create a framework for the right infrastructure in in order to encourage people to switch from to non- motorized , says Mr Amit Bhatt, Director- Integrated Urban Transport,
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