10 questions for Lime’s head of sustainability, Andrew Savage

November 20, 2018 by  
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The former solar executive talks about how Lime scooters can help cities reduce carbon emissions, cut congestion and provide better access to transportation.

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How electric cars could save Australia’s grid

April 4, 2017 by  
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Just think of them as batteries you drive, ones that could help balance supply and provide energy during peak demand periods.

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4 keys to unlock city services innovation

March 3, 2016 by  
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Building more isn’t the only option. We can make efficient use of existing infrastructure and provide transport options like mass transit and bike share.

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Presidio Graduate School Startup Finance Bootcamp

June 15, 2012 by  
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This 2-day bootcamp is a hands-on, intensive course to provide entrepreneurs with “must have” insights in starting, building, and harvesting a successful venture. The course will follow the “life cycle” of a typical startup, from idea formation to fundraising, and provide the financial, legal, and business know how necessary to run and grow the venture.

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San Francisco Mother Shares Her Family’s Biking Story (Video)

March 25, 2011 by  
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Stephanie’s Story Highlights the Need For Safe Bike Infrastructure We’ve been saying over and over for years now that one of the best ways to make our cities greener is to provide alternatives to individual vehicles. That means make them walkable and provide good transit options, but it also means making cities bike-friendly (we have a lot to learn from cities like

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State of Design, a New Metropolis Magazine Learning Opportunity

March 25, 2011 by  
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Graphic Credit: Metropolis Magazine Metropolis Magazine is celebrating its 30th year anniversary this year (2011). To mark the occasion, they partnered with the Education Legacy Fund (ELF) to inaugurate an annual series of open, constructive dialogues about what is shaping twenty-first century design and how designers are responding to the evolution of culture.

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Will Sustainable Biofuel Certification Scheme Put End to Food Versus Fuel Debate?

March 25, 2011 by  
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If grown in socially and environmentally unsustainable ways this jatropha wouldn’t get the RSB seal of approval.

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Organizing Cities to Encourage Staying Home

February 15, 2010 by  
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Image credit: Good “Cities,” Good writes , “could organize and provide enough replenishment that citizens stay put.” This would include all manner of recreational, spiritual, emotional, an cerebral outlets….

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NASA Space Tech to Make Green Buildings More Efficient

January 14, 2010 by  
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NASA has announced a plan to develop next-gen intelligent, automated monitoring systems for both offices and research environments.

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Home is Where the Food Is: 100 Mile Diet (Video)

December 5, 2009 by  
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Home Is Where the Heart Is tells the simple tale of Tina Biello making dinner for her family. In particular, this dinner comes from all locally grown ingredients in or near Vancouver, and highlights that there is something deeply important about not just knowing your food is as fresh as possible, but about knowing the people that care for and provide your food….

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