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Earth Wind and Fire - The Climate Change Debate Rages On

Source: No matter which side of the climate change debate you might be on, there is one thing for certain—pollution in its many forms does exist, and it originates from man’s bad habits and irresponsible actions when treating Mother Earth with care. 770 more words


Three Exemplary Design Projects for Civic Health

This is a guest post by Suzanne Nienaber of the Center for Active Design.

Over the summer, the Center for Active Design (CfAD) introduced the… 899 more words


Cleaning up toxic sites isn't always as good for the community as you might think

San Francisco has embarked on a project to transform its industrial southeast waterfront into a bike-friendly destination called the Blue Greenway. When completed, the Blue Greenway will be a 13-mile network of parks, bike lanes, and trails along the southeastern edge of the city. 1,118 more words


The things our art director, Chris McGee, hated to leave out of the current issue of LAM.

From “Control of the Canopy” in the May 2017 issue, 104 more words


Is Muncie the new Love Canal?

If you have been following the development of the old Indiana Wire and Steel property here is an updated site with quite a bit of information from those who are living in the neighborhood. 107 more words

The Fort, the Roundhouse and the Streetcar Barns Part 3

This is the last of the posts on exploring four great public spaces in Toronto that have been created using heritage as their inspiration over the last decade. 362 more words

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