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Urban Magnets & Architecture — CleanTech Talk

In the first half of this two-part interview for our CleanTech Talk podcast series, Michael Barnard, Chief Strategist of TFIE Strategy Inc. and CleanTechnica contributor, sits down with Bruce Haden, architect, urbanist and author, about urban magnets and architecture in the time of COVID-

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Compounding Challenges: Communities Planning for Extreme Weather Events and COVID-19 – Urban Land

Compounding Challenges: Communities Planning for Extreme Weather Events and COVID-19  Urban Land

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My Miami Electric MINI Cooper Drive — Urban Mobility & “Go-Kart Feeling” Goes Emissions-Free

Ah! To zip through Miami’s city streets in a little electric sports car, a

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Squad Mobility Redefines Affordable With Its $6,300 Solar-Powered Urban Electric Vehicle

Squad Mobility solar-powered EVUpstart Squad Mobility set up shop in Amsterdam to develop a new generation of urban solar electric vehicles at truly affordable prices. And by affordable, they mean affordable, with a target retail price of €5,750 (ex. VAT) / $ 6,300

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Urban Densification Is The World War II That Will Drive The Electric Bike Boom

We’re not in a post-War period when major industries are looking for new things to build. We’re not in a particularly high gasoline price time frame either. Yet electric bicycles are taking over city streets globally

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Urban insects are more resilient in extreme weather – Phys.Org


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Urban insects are more resilient in extreme weather
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According to the Rutgers-Camden researcher, the study supports the hypothesis that organisms living in high-stress urban medians possess adaptions to disturbance, making them more resilient to the effects of extreme weather events than organisms living

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Square Roots Raises $5.4 Million To Grow Its Urban Farming Incubator

Square Roots is establishing itself as a leading light in urban agriculture. The Brooklyn-based startup has just raised $ 5.4 million in seed funding that will be used to empower food entrepreneurs and increase urban farming across the

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Masdar City Raising The Bar For Sustainable Urban Development

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Originally published on Green Building Elements. By Dawn Killough Masdar City, near Abu Dhabi, has set its sights on being the most sustainable city on the planet, and it is well on the way to meeting that goal. Development started in 2008 and is expected to continue for at least the next five years, with [&hellip

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Shifting 10% Of Urban Trips To Cycling Could Save $24 Trillion By 2050

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One key component in the struggle to keep greenhouse gas emissions down is low-carbon transportation, and while there are many high-tech solutions at play in the search for solutions, there is at least one that requires little more than a willingness to change our habits. Well, that and a set of wheels and some physical [&hellip

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First Full-Scale Urban Hyperloop System Coming To California — 5-Mile Stretch In Central Valley Planned

Whatever your opinion on the technology may be, it looks as though the proposed Hyperloop transportation system previously championed by Elon Musk is now actually going somewhere, based on a recent press statement. According to the statement, Hyperloop Transportation Technologies has come to agreement with the developers of a “sustainable 21st century town” being developed

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