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A Global Virtual Roundtable on How to Measure, Why to measure, Cities Resilience

Since more than a decade, urban resilience has entered political agendas worldwide, academic debates, and within this blog specific interest, planning debates. The Joint AESOP/ACSP conference titled “ 1,013 more words

Sustainability And Resilience

Money isn't required?

This interesting episode on Ideas discusses effecting change in the culture of stewardship and sustainability without having to use money (especially borrowed money).

The initial example, of the City of  137 more words


Study Helps Scientists Understand Underground Carbon Dioxide Storage

Dealing with the problem of global climate change is not just about reducing emissions; it’s also about finding ways to remove excess carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. 334 more words


Jan Gehl in Copenhagen on Perth

We finished our Copenhagen experience on a real high with a meal with legendary urban planner and place-maker Jan Gehl.

Jan Gehl has made it his life’s work to provide convincing evidence for better investment in a quality, people-focused public realm. 469 more words


Renewable Energy: Potentials of Wind Power

Did you know? Wind in windy locations alone could reportedly power the world 6 to 15 times over. Even better, wind power is projected to save utility customers around the world billions of dollars years down the road.

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