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It took illustrator Jenni Sparks three months to finish this secret-laden cartography.
Much of this worrisome heat is coming from the oceans.
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Eigg's main grid is powered mostly by wind, water, and sun.
A committed Global Parliament of Mayors could mean magic for cities and nations alike.
New population figures paint a difficult picture for African cities. But there's more to the story than sheer numbers.
Through Project Row Houses, artist Rick Lowe nurtures artists and residents alike with a project that pushes contemporary practice and engages the community.
An opt-in program in Odense aims to use the data to bring services to the homeless where they already congregate.
By proving its product is the real deal, the state hopes to gain ground in the European-dominated market.
Urbanites and suburbanites in the U.S. have a lot more in common than you might have guessed.
But the podcar concept will live on in the form of compact driverless vehicles.
In the 1920s, the lead industry used tactics similar to ones the fossil-fuel industry now employs to convince the public their products were safe.
How rising sea levels might overwhelm homes and military bases in the nation's capital.
The AirVR brings virtual reality closer than ever.
Actor Tyler Fischer walks around the city claiming to be the man behind the insanely popular blog HONY.
A local government transforms its waste-management problems into opportunity.
In the most innovative incubators of urban research, the lessons of Jane Jacobs are more vital than ever.
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