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Von wegen amerikanischer Traum. Amerikanische Wirklichkeit nennt der Fotograf Joakim Eskildsen die Welt, die er zeigt. Er reiste an Orte, wo die meisten Armen leben.

Von wegen amerikanischer Traum. Amerikanische Wirklichkeit nennt der Fotograf Joakim Eskildsen die Welt, die er zeigt. Er reiste an Orte, wo die meisten Armen leben.

Ending 'Code Talk' about Gentrification - “When we talk about gentrification, there is a lot of ‘code talk’ that is often very subtle"

Ending 'Code Talk' about Gentrification - “When we talk about gentrification, there is a lot of ‘code talk’ that is often very subtle"

An installation of solar roadway tiles opened October 3 in Idaho. The company behind it literally hopes to pave the way to a more sustainable future.

Snow-melting solar roads are being tested publicly for the first time in the US

An installation of solar roadway tiles opened October 3 in Idaho. The company behind it literally hopes to pave the way to a more sustainable future.

This combination of two photos shows a Nov. 8, 2016, file photo, left, of a sinkhole on a road, and the road after restoration, in Fukuoka, southern Japan Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016.

That monster sinkhole has been repaired in 48 hours and here's the proof

This combination of two photos shows a Nov. 8, 2016, file photo, left, of a sinkhole on a road, and the road after restoration, in Fukuoka, southern Japan Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016.

From Cleveland to New Orleans, community groups are crowd-sourcing funds to make these overlooked stops much more engaging.

From Cleveland to New Orleans, community groups are crowd-sourcing funds to make these overlooked stops much more engaging.

Street Scrabble, Seattle - via @Trending_City #engage2act Organised by the Seattle Department of Transportation as part of the First Hill Public Realm Action Plan, the Street Scrabble tournament is a great example of participatory design, starting a conversation between policy makers and locals on how their everyday spaces can be improved to create better gathering spaces.

Street Scrabble, Seattle - via @Trending_City #engage2act Organised by the Seattle Department of Transportation as part of the First Hill Public Realm Action Plan, the Street Scrabble tournament is a great example of participatory design, starting a conversation between policy makers and locals on how their everyday spaces can be improved to create better gathering spaces.

Google’s City-Fixing ‘Sidewalk Labs’ Is Finally Getting to Work

A public/private partnership in New York City is at the forefront of the trend toward free public wi-fi hotspots, with the new LinkNYC kiosks being rolled out across the city’s five boroughs. (Intersection)

Bicycles mean business as well as fitness, says Fort Worth’s Betsy Price

America’s Most Bike-Crazy Mayor

Bicycles mean business as well as fitness, says Fort Worth’s Betsy Price

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