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17 Aug 2018

Learning About Cities By Mapping Their Smells

The English artist Kate McLean is trying to preserve our olfactory memory. Each of us

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17 Aug 2018

Why War Evolved To Be A Man’s Game – And Why That’s Only Now Changing

One pattern characterises every war that’s ever been fought. Frontline fighting in warfare is primarily

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16 Aug 2018

Encouraging City Dwellers To Walk More

Many cities today are saddled with high car dependency, wider roads, fewer pedestrian-friendly streets, increased

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16 Aug 2018

The Enemy Between Us: How Inequality Erodes Our Mental Health

Inequality creates the social and political divisions that isolate us from each other. When people

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15 Aug 2018

World Poverty Has Plummeted—But Will It Ever Disappear?

Few will deny 2017 was a rough year. But believe it or not, we’re still

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15 Aug 2018

A City Shaped By Steam

With more than 100 miles of steam piping and nearly 2,000 buildings served, New York’s

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14 Aug 2018

The ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Guide To Singapore

Clean, green and safe are the adjectives that have long been associated with Singapore. But nowadays,

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14 Aug 2018

The Good, Bad & Ugly Sides To Rome – The City Can Be Eternally Frustrating, Especially If You Live There

The Italian capital boasts endless architectural, cultural and historical treasures, but its sense of civic

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14 Aug 2018

Why Politics Needs Hope (But No Longer Inspires It)

In the late 2000s and early 2010s, the word ‘hope’ was ubiquitous in Western politics.

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13 Aug 2018

How CBD Can Help You Beat Travel Anxiety

Recently, CBD or Cannabidiol, has started to gain massive popularity due to its medical properties

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13 Aug 2018

Why International Trade Is Important For Your Business

There are a number of reasons why you might decide that trading internationally will benefit

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13 Aug 2018

A European Network Of Rebel Cities?

In Europe, it is the cities that once again lead the way as places of

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13 Aug 2018

The Market Will Give Us Cleaner Energy, If We Let It

Market forces are giving Americans cheaper, cleaner energy. We would all be best served to

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13 Aug 2018

The Good & The Bad Of Driverless Cars For Cities

The age of driverless cars is rapidly approaching, and no one seems to know what

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10 Aug 2018

Are Cities The Key Agents Of Integration?

While helping others is a powerful motivation in the early stage of migrants’ and refugees’

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10 Aug 2018

How The Marvel Of Electric Light Became A Global Blight To Health

Light pollution is often characterised as a soft issue in environmentalism. This perception needs to

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09 Aug 2018

More Children Are Living In High-Rise Apartments, So Designers Should Keep Them In Mind

Australian cities are changing. Instead of families living in low-density suburban areas, more parents are

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08 Aug 2018

The Good, Bad & Ugly Sides To Being A Tourist In New York

A four-season destination, the Big Apple is way more than Manhattan, but let’s start there:

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07 Aug 2018

Collaboration Through Technology: The Key To A Prosperous Society

Unlocking the promise of digital Digital infrastructure has long been considered an engine for economic

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06 Aug 2018

The Good, Bad & Ugly Sides To Hong Kong, For Visitors & Residents Alike

Safe streets, efficient transport, restaurants around every corner, the Sevens – there’s lots to like

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06 Aug 2018

Intercultural Cities: “Diversity As An Advantage”

What do Barcelona, Montreal, Hamamatsu, Tanger, Haifa, Ballarat and Mexico City have in common? These

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06 Aug 2018

7.5 Billion & Counting: How Many Humans Can The Earth Support?

Humans are the most populous large mammal on Earth today, and probably in all of

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03 Aug 2018

Cities Are Central To Human Flourishing

In many countries today, cities are the centers of innovation, engines of growth, and home

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03 Aug 2018

What Hope For The Millennial Generation In Politics?

Millennials are confronted by political systems that don’t look like them, speak like them or

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