Los Angeles has a new master plan that sets ambitious goals for a more sustainable urban future -- and puts the kibosh on grassy lawns.
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Technology is people. And more people are choosing to live in cities.
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Luis Bettencourt of the Santa Fe Institute and his team have proposed a different way of looking at how exceptional cities are. Th
Denser, more populous cities are more energy efficient than their smaller counterparts.
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If boomer retirees keep flooding suburbs, the cost of providing for them soars. Can we get them to cities, instead?
They may look pretty, but fronds hurt cities' sustainability efforts
Photo: David Graham If you Google the term "a scholar and a gentleman," the first result to pop up is a picture of Witold Rybczynski - or it would be if there were any justice in
Photo via .hello foto of FlickrIn my last Green State column, I wrote about Agriculture 2.0. The conference, held in Silicon Valley recently, brought together venture capitalists and sustainable ag