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Private car ownership is going the way of the dodo, says a manifesto published by Lyft co-founder John Zimmer. Instead, you’ll subscribe to your ride.
The national media is pretty hype on the colossally unprofitable startup’s rollout of its self-driving cars.
Just saying you’ll cut a ton of emissions won’t cut it.
A city council decision to invest $15 million in efficient lighting is not only a smart move, it’s part of a great tradition started in Silicon Valley.
As governor of Massachusetts, Romney fought sprawl and promoted density — another set of issues on which he looks to be seriously out of sync with the Tea Party and the GOP base.
The Guerrilla Grafters play Frankenstein with ornamental city trees by splicing branches that yield fruit for the common good. But not everyone’s happy: Their pursuit of fruit isn’t exactly legal.
Loren Amelang is a pioneer in C++ programming, and his homebrewed live/work space is a monument to sustainable geekery.
When most folks think “wooden building,” they conjure up images of rustic log cabins or ye olde fashioned outhouses. Architect Michael Green wants to whittle something decidedly more modern out of wood: skyscrapers.