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Green-roofed Czech Forestry Headquarters seeks symbiosis with the forest
Imagine if your office was set in the middle of a forest — that’s the image Chybik + Kristof aims for in their competition-winning designs for the new Czech Forestry Headquarters.
Solar and wind energy could meet 80 of electricity demand
Fourth-fifths of the United States’ electricity demand could be met with wind and solar power, according to four researchers from the Carnegie Institution for Science, University of California, Irvine (UCI), and the California Institute of Technology.
Karaj mayor announced that 39 projects are going to be inaugurated by the help of video conference technology.
Dr. Asghar Nasiri in an interview with KUMNS said that integrating software sites in Karaj districts, urban constructing automation system and digital signature are going to be unveiled today. He added that Karaj urban management urges to unveil about 39 projects in Karaj.
A truly smart city is more than sensors, big data and an all-seeing internet
To a classical economist, cities should not really exist at all. They represent disease, higher costs of goods, land, and labour, and in so many cases, congestion that leaves workers stuck behind the wheel rather than their more productive desks or factory lines.
10 Cities That Are Shaping The Future Of Urban Living
Cities are frequently at the front line of innovation when it comes to addressing the changing problems of urban life. Plans to combat climate change, bring about cleaner air and create safer, healthier spaces for citizens are all being executed by mayors and councils in the worlds major metropolises.
39 projects are done in Karaj: Mayor
Karaj mayor announced that 39 urban projects are going to be launched on 22nd of Bahman. He said that these projects are 190 Billion Tomans worth.
2017 was the hottest year on record for Earth’s oceans
Last year was the hottest year on record for Earth’s oceans, according to two scientists at the Institute of Atmospheric Physics at the Chinese Academy of Sciences (IAP/CAS). The increase in ocean heat led to a 1.7-millimeter global sea level rise – and other consequences like “declining ocean oxygen, bleaching of coral reefs, and melting sea ice and ice shelves.”
Outstanding eco-friendly resort in China is made with recycled and locally-sourced materials
The four pavilions of the Gallery resort in China were built using a combination of locally available natural and recycled waste materials. Xiaohui Designer Studio designed the complex as an eco-friendly space that “includes 75 of sustainable and renewable materials, 75 recyclable materials, and 75 of work by local craftsmen.”
Urban Farming Is the Future of Agriculture
The planet is growing more food than ever, and yet millions of people continue to starve worldwide. People are hungry everywhere — in the country, in the suburbs. But increasingly, one of the front lines in the war against hunger is in cities. As urban populations grow, more people find themselves in food deserts, areas with “[l]imited access to supermarkets, supercenters, grocery stores, or other sources of healthy and affordable food,” according to a report by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Tiny homes made of concrete pipes could be the next big thing in micro housing
The micro-housing trend has really taken off over the last decade, and a new age of tiny urban homes is now upon us. Created by James Law Cybertecture, the Opod Tube House is made from a repurposed concrete pipe and designed as an affordable home for young people who struggle with housing costs in the world’s major cities.
Carbon Pricing Takes Off
Limiting the increase in global average temperature to within 2° Celsius of preindustrial levels requires dramatic cuts in carbon dioxide emissions. One of the best ways to do that is to shift the social and economic costs of greenhouse gases from the public to the polluter.
Renewable energy could face tax problems in Republican compromise
Renewable energy could face tax problems in Republican compromise Renewable energy advocates initially breathed a sigh of relief when the Republican tax bill reworked a provision that could have disrupted the industry’s $12 billion tax-equity market, Bloomberg reported.
Shanghai flying car tower to clean the air with a 50,000-plant vertical forest
Flying cars seem to be moving from the realm of science fiction to reality – and Richard’s Architecture + Design (RA+D) helmed by architect Richard Moreta Castillo has already designed a net-zero tower pioneering drone car infrastructure. The Smart Power Long tower, a condominium building planned for Shanghai, features landing pads for flying cars.
Local Roots shipping container farms achieve cost parity with traditional farming
4,000 heads of lettuce every 10 days: Local Roots‘ shipping container farms achieve that while using 99 percent less water. Today the LA-based company announced that it has reached cost parity with traditional farming – and they plan to deploy over 100 farms in 2018. Inhabitat checked out their mobile TerraFarm in New York City and met with CEO Eric Ellestad and COO Matt Vail to learn more.
The Hidden Wealth of Cities
As the world becomes more urbanized, better budgeting has become a key concern for city leaders everywhere. Unlocking the public value of poorly utilized real estate, for example, or monetizing transportation and utility assets, could and should become core urban strategies.
Planning Better Cities
Cities have long been portrayed as the best way to organize human life. But to capitalize on urban areas potential to drive economic growth and ensure that prosperity is sustainable, governments must introduce a user-centered approach to how cities are designed and managed.
Microsoft is razing its Redmond campus to build a sustainable mini city
If you thought Microsoft’s awesome treehouse offices were the ultimate step in the tech giant’s efforts to make its employees a top priority, think again.
Natural Solutions to Climate Change
At the United Nations climate change meeting that just concluded in Bonn, Germany, global leaders reaffirmed that the world cannot respond adequately to rising temperatures if governments continue to ignore how forests, farms, and coasts are managed. Now that there is a firm consensus, governments must act on it.
Knowing citizens’ demand is the basis for creating cultural and social infrastructures
In a public meeting with district 12 citizens, Dr. Asghar Nasiri said that issuing development document for districts is Karaj urban management number one priorities.
Karaj problems will be diminished
By performing a plan called “City Maintenance and Improvement”, Karaj major problems will be identified and tackled.
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