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What a Massive Indian Festival Can Teach Us About Improving Cities

MIT hackathon looks at Kumbh Mela bathing festival to study pop-up cities and rapid urbanization. Source: What a Massive Indian Festival Can Teach Us About...

5 million Indian women just made a 385-mile human chain for equality.

Stories that connect us and sometimes even change the world. Source: 5 million Indian women just made a 385-mile human chain for equality.

The Amazing Psychology of Japanese Train Stations

The nation’s famed mastery of rail travel has been aided by some subtle behavioral tricks. Source: The Amazing Psychology of Japanese Train Stations

Climate change is taking our cities away

City leaders need to ask the tough question: How much longer can we live here? Source: Climate change is taking our cities away

Maintenance and Care: Fixing a Broken World

A working guide to the repair of rust, dust, cracks, and corrupted code in our cities, our homes, and our social relations. Source: Maintenance and...

Social Equity Becomes a Top Priority

A look at three large-scale urban projects that are repurposing industrial infrastructure and how social equity is an important priority in creating these innovative...

The City within a Garden

How Some Cities Are Restoring Nature and Tapping the Power of Ecosystems to Enhance and Protect Urban Life. Source: The City within a Garden

Breathe easy, because the hole in the ozone is nearly fully healed.

This is great news. Source: Breathe easy, because the hole in the ozone is nearly fully healed.

How will California’s 2019 laws affect you?

Source: How will California’s 2019 laws affect you?

PledgeLA

PledgeLA is a collective call for change in the tech industry and a commitment to better reflect, support, and leverage the creativity and diversity...

CityLab University: The Who’s Who of Urbanism

15 people who changed how we plan, design, think about, and live in cities. Source: CityLab University: The Who’s Who of Urbanism

2018 Was the Year of the Aspirational Park

Private funding and high-impact design were recurring themes of parks that opened in 2018. So was the hope that parks can unite, repair, and...