Urban Planning

Chicago Disrupts With Plans to Go 100% Renewable by 2025
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Chicago Disrupts With Plans to Go 100% Renewable by 2025

The city is working to ensure that its citizens are not among the almost 90% of... More

Online Game Promotes Consumer Education on Zoning
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Online Game Promotes Consumer Education on Zoning

"What is FAR?" challenges players to master the floor area ratio. More

New Construction in Boulder Reshapes the Future of Net Zero
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New Construction in Boulder Reshapes the Future of Net Zero

The Rocky Mountain Institute is among the new tenants at an ambitious new... More

Crowdsourcing Can Contribute to Urban Planning
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Crowdsourcing Can Contribute to Urban Planning

Governments are waking up to the idea that curious citizens can be a powerful... More

How to Fit More People in an Urban Area? Build On an Asteroid Of Course.
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How to Fit More People in an Urban Area? Build On an Asteroid Of Course.

Cloud Architecture Office proposes a technique called Universal Orbital Support... More

MIT's Treepedia Helps Urban Planners Put Trees Back Where They Should Be
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MIT's Treepedia Helps Urban Planners Put Trees Back Where They Should Be

Where are the trees? More important, where aren't the trees? A lab at the... More

What Innovative Regulations Does it Take to Solve Affordability?
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What Innovative Regulations Does it Take to Solve Affordability?

How the Rose City is taking on displacement and affordability challenges. More

How Cities Are Looking at Resiliency
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How Cities Are Looking at Resiliency

Pittsburgh identifies stressors the city faces, from climate change to economic... More

A Whole City Plans to Be Energy Independent in 8 Years
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A Whole City Plans to Be Energy Independent in 8 Years

Exeter City Futures, a UK-based community interest company, is working to make the... More

World's First Smart City Actuator Coming to DC
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World's First Smart City Actuator Coming to DC

The actuator is aimed at changing the paradigm of how cities are built. More

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