aamir99 ya i had been thr it is really very beautyfull place
natasa33 That is so right thanks for this -
ericyoung I think the train is one of the most essential item here. It keeps the city going...moving people and goods. Especially the ones in China. They really do need some reliable trains to move their hugh...
chowfat I am from HK and I have to admit that HK people are crazy about smartphones. Many of them carry more than 1 smartphone. With the population in such a small city. No wonder they are #1
Oscarh I am surprised only 70% live in the cities by 2050. What about the other 30%? What are the ratio now? 50/50?
helen_crestin I lived in HK before and I have to agreed that their internet coverage is awesome. You could basically get wifi connection anywhere in the city. All their pay phone hub is a wireless wifi connect...
tricks4comp This is on of my favorite city from my childhood. I wish that i'll spend 5 years there.
NewDream Yes, City Solver, there are a lot of advantages to a four day work week. Better focus, better separation between work and family, and reduced commuting are just a few.
CitySolver Four day week would be excellent. I think people would actually get more done, as they know they have proper rest and free time to look forward to, which frees people to really commit their energy...
NewDream Absolutely! Improved public transit, work-from-home programs, 4 day work weeks, and teleconferencing would all help.
CitySolver True. I suppose employers could encourage better public transit around sites by sponsoring, plus advertising space on buses for example. Public private partnerships could slash the cost of travel...
NewDream 25% reduced emissions a good start... I'd be a lot more impressed if it were 50% reduced emissions, and a reduction in travel miles would contribute to that.
CitySolver I am only aware of the hybrids at EDIE. However in terms of fleet vehicles being in used in one location, ie around one city, electric cars with solar charging rooves seems an excellent avenue to...
CitySolver Yeah, a 25% reduction in emmisions, not travel miles. But still impressive.
CitySolver Yes, the advertising and exposure will surely cover the cost of these events. It helpsd boost morale to the people putting in the change management effort at these pioneering companies
Resurgent phoenix The BBOXX sounds like a solar generator. I also, hope the Whitbread grey water recycling will proliferate.