Berlin, Germany is Taking Aggressive Action for Housing Affordability
by Brittany Garcia
What do you think of when you think of Berlin? For many, the first conceptions are Brandenburger Tor and Eastside Gallery (Formerly, The Berlin Wall). These famous landmarks have been embedded into the fac...
Portland, Oregon's Green Loop Set to Transform Transportation in the Central City
by Kevin Gooley
Over the next twenty years, estimates are showing that Portland, Oregon could grow by approximately 42%, meaning about 260,000 new residents in an already populous city. Much of this new growth is going to...
Not Your Mother’s Levittown: How “Brown Flight” Altered the Suburban Identity of Bridgewater, New Jersey
by Sukhmann Aneja
The west end of Bridgewater, New Jersey marks a series of densely populated suburban communities, known to the public as the “Milltown-Vanderveer” district, and to its residents as “Chindia” for its predomi...
How Can Florence, Italy Retain its Authenticity in the Midst of Globalization & Tourism?
by Michele Katora
Firenze. Florence. The birth of the Renaissance, home of de' Medici, Michelangelo, Donatello, Dante, Brunelleschi, and countless others who remain utterly timeless. Yet here we are centuries later, admiring...
Reversing Climate Change: A Review of The Biochar Solution by Albert Bates
by Auditiyo Das Gupta
The Biochar Solution, by Albert Bates, is a book about a potential solution to climate change that can be achieved through the use of biochar. Biochar is a type of charcoal used for soil amendment, and when...
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