Google starts giving free internet access to Fiber cities’ public housing residents

February 12, 2016 by  
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Google has started rolling out its plan to provide free internet access to its Google Fiber cities, beginning with the program’s original market in Kansas City. Residents in all 100 homes of the West Bluff property can sign up for free internet access up to 1,000 mbps, a service that is still very much a luxury in lower income locations. The best part is that the company is only just getting started. Read the rest of Google starts giving free internet access to Fiber cities’ public housing residents

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Singapore’s solar-powered Sky Terrace residential towers combine all the best of green living

December 18, 2015 by  
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How Brazil, India and China are redefining sustainability

July 20, 2012 by  
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Lessons learned from these countries will be important for companies as they continue to evolve their CSR strategy.

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Leaking energy, and money, from affordable housing

July 20, 2012 by  
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America spends approximately $1.4 million on public housing utility payments  every year , much of it wasted. Here's how to make affordable housing — well, affordable.

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J Mayer H’s Space-Age Quartier M to Transform an Unused Area of Dussledorf

December 13, 2011 by  
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Architecture firm J Mayer H just won an award for their Quartier M adaptive reuse project, which will transform an old post office in Dusseldorf, Germany into a busy urban center. The new space-age development will connect the Hauptbahnof train station with the Tanzhaus NRW cultural institution, and it will house retail space, offices, and residences beneath a lush green roof . Read the rest of J Mayer H’s Space-Age Quartier M to Transform an Unused Area of Dussledorf Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Dussledorf , eco design , germany , green design , green roof , j. mayer h. , Metro Parasol , neighborhood redesign , public housing , Quartier M , sustainable design

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