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Carol Green 21h
The longest run-up to a tweet I've ever done. 's Modal from start to finish. 32 apartments replacing 1 house.
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Heaton Moor Park Aug 1
MOOC and the park: Reclaiming the Street...... Explore the street as a space for experimentation and an arena for transitioning towards a new mobility paradigm.........basic access is free.........
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Ace - Architect And P.Asst. To The Kraken 🏳️‍🌈☂️ 23h
Let's bring back an oldie but a goodie for the evening: my weekly question! I am of the firm belief that we are heading towards a truly international Seattle and even more growth in the near future. If we were going to emulate another city in design, who would it be?
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PlantATree.urbieta.com Aug 1
Murray Energy The largest private coal company in the United states just went bankrupt , use better insulators in doors,
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CALIOPE Aug 1
Catalonia in Venice - air/aria/aire happy to have contributed with CALIOPE-Urban from
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Planetizen Courses 7h
'The Human Scale' juxtaposes the urban experiences of cities to raise questions about the costs of modernity and to argue in favor of city planning that reclaims the public realm for social life.
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Daniele Terzariol Jul 29
In the villages of Italy, natural amphitheatres for widespread initiatives such as neighborhood cinemas / Nei borghi d'Italia, anfiteatri naturali per iniziative diffuse come i cinema di quartiere
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FutureProofResearch Aug 2
Urbanism & technology: today's solutions may not be tomorrow's: “when technology makes density more valuable, cities will be more attractive. When technology makes density less valuable, cities will be less attractive.” — 
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Urban Studies Journal 15h
Shannon et al argue the need for a substantive agenda that focuses on the universal land question over and
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Emeka Azuka Okoye Aug 2
Now it's the time to rethink cities.
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giacomo gallo 11h
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Paris Institute for Critical Thinking 9h
The City: An Unfinished Story🎈 Sundays, 12:00-15:00 September 20 – October 25, 2020 18 hours (6 weeks)
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America Walks 7h
We sat down with Dr. Destiny Thomas to discuss a bit of her story and her work/thoughts on dignity-infused community engagement, enforcement and more. We think you'll love this talk as much as we did:
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Harald Brynlund-Lima Aug 2
Loving the with my daughter. I try to make the for her. Because then it becomes a for . So you could call her my coworker!
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MPC Natural Resource 11h
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B&D Environmental Consulting Aug 1
B&D Environmental Consulting is now a proud member of the
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Rocky Mountain Inst 5h
For city climate policy should: “distinguish between what is merely expedient and what is truly effective, desirable, and just.” Learn more about opportunities to build into climate policy:
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rafa Jul 28
The humane scale - no cars, no parking, mix of uses, walkable, gentle density, safe!
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Chuck Wolfe Aug 1
Pleased to report the book is finally in production in these crazy times. We’ll have a cover image to share with you soon. @tigransweden @kthfutureofplaces @cadinenavarro
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MENALIB Jul 31
Now on : “Mass Accommodation for the ‘Guests of God’ : Changing Experiences of - in ” by Stefan Maneval. Previously published in . , ,
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