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A City's Best Defense Against Climate Change? Its Trees, Wetlands, and Watersheds

A City's Best Defense Against Climate Change? Its Trees, Wetlands, and Watersheds Green infrastructure protects against extreme weather and cleans up urban environments.

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The East London Upper Lee Valley will house Europe’s largest urban wetland by as plans are underway to create a chain of wetlands over 200 ha ac).

#vancouver Sustainable Architecture & Green Buildings in Vancouver http://mastersremediation.com/index.php/services/home-inspections #sustainable

West Building of Vancouver Convention Center, Vancouver, BC. features green roofs, multiple plant species on the roofs, and bee hives

Driving Social and Ecological Change: My Experiment with Guerilla Gardening

Driving Social and Ecological Change: My Experiment with Guerilla Gardening

The most important FCC vote of our lifetime is about to happen.  On Feb 26 the FCC will vote to save net neutrality or let Comcast and other ISPs create Internet slow lanes. Some members of Congress, on behalf of their Cable donors, are trying to stop the FCC from protecting the Internet we love. There isn't much time to stop them, contact them now.

"— SNEAK ATTACK ON NET NEUTRALITY — Congress is trying to sneak language into a budget bill that would take away the FCC's ability to enforce the net neutrality rules we worked hard to pass, undermining everything we did to protect the open Internet.

How nature itself could become a city’s best defense against extreme weather For the rest of the space, Balmori prefers a series of rising terraces that will serve as a park most days and as a buffer during storms, blocking the river from going too far inland and storing excess water. It’s civic amenity, economic stimulant, and climate adaptation in one.

The Water Next Time

How nature itself could become a city’s best defense against extreme weather

School has really changed. At the Tuesday night—and now we know why this one wasn’t in prime time—senate hearing for popular vote loser Donald Trump’s pick for secretary of education, Betsy DeVos, there was a remarkable exchange. It turns out that...

School has really changed. At the Tuesday night—and now we know why this one wasn’t in prime time—senate hearing for popular vote loser Donald Trump’s pick for secretary of education, Betsy DeVos, there was a remarkable exchange. It turns out that.

It's no secret that the smooth, plastic bodies staring out of store windows aren't true physical replicas of the people who stare back at them. But there's no reason they can't be. Take a Moment to Watch and share!

'Disabled' Mannequins Remind Us That Beautiful Doesn't Mean 'Perfect' It's no secret that the smooth, plastic bodies staring out of store windows aren't true physical replicas of the people who stare back at them. But there's no reason they can't be.

8 Brilliant Ways Sweden Recycles Its Garbage | Takepart | The Swedes take recycling very seriously—so seriously that the country recycles 99 % of all household waste, up from 38 % in 1975. As a rule, there’s a recycling station less than a mile away from every residential area. It may sound like a chore, but for these Scandinavians, the practice has become a way of life. Click to enter & share the photo gallery showing 8 unexpected ways they reuse their trash.

8 Brilliant Ways Sweden Recycles its Garbage: Only 1 percent of the Scandinavian country’s trash ends up in landfills.

Just How Green Is Milan's 'Vertical Forest'?

Just How Green Is Milan's 'Vertical Forest'? The urban condominiums feature nearly trees and shrubs. But how much environmental good .

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