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Most of us have now heard about greenways. They have been around in rural settings for generations and instances of them in urban areas date back to the Zhou dynasty around 1000BC ...
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What does the future of urbanization look like? For answers, look no further than the Asia Pacific region. A growing population in the region and a building boom that is expected to ...
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What could be a more fitting setting for green design than a botanical garden? Or, in the case of New York City, two gardens that went for the gold -- and platinum -- standards by ...
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If your company is looking to relocate to an office space that is green, you need to look no further than the Twin Cities area of Minneapolis and St. Paul, or the tech-centric ...
Projjal Dutta, MTA Director of Sustainability, NYC
The news media has been agog recently at Google's driverless cars. From a mainstream New York Times article to a Conan O'Brien spoof video to the tech blogosphere, people could not ...
Michael Joseph, IT & Security Consultant, London
One of the most interesting seminars at this year's Ecobuild Future Cities event was "The Natural Capital City -- a Blueprint for the Future?," chaired by Nick Grayson, the ...
James Byrne, Sustainability Advisor
In a letter of 1860, the legendary Henry David Thoreau posed this question to a friend: "What's the use of a fine house if you haven't got a tolerable planet to put it on?" Today we ...
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"Adaptive learning" or "personalized learning" are hot topics in Education and for good reason with the allure of transforming teacher effectiveness and student outcomes. However, they are terms often overused, as is the notion that digital content or one-to-one devices alone will ensure success in school and out into the workplace. To truly deliver on the promise of improved outcomes requires a broader thinking of technology - including standards, enterprise systems, and an eye to the future. Join us to learn how to prepare for this transformation so that it can become a reality in your learning environment!
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