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The Trend Toward Car-Free Cities Is Picking Up Speed

By Adam Bonislawski
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Blueprint | Play of the Land

When you think about it, car-free cities shouldn’t seem like such a radical idea. Cities, after all, have been around for thousands of years, while cars date back just a century or so.

And yet, the automobile has so worked itself into our way of life over that time, that doing without it seems all but unthinkable.

“Housing at the Center”: What the UN’s Sustainability Goals Mean for Real Estate

by Adam Bonislawski
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As the United Nations launches its 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development next year, the organization will look to the global real estate industry for help in implementing its goals, says Rafael Tuts, coordinator of the Urban Planning and Design Branch of the United Nations’ Human Settlements Programme.

A Greener Blueprint For City Delivery

We need a new model of logistics to ensure those city dwellers get what they want, when they want it – and in a sustainable fashion.
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Bala Ganesh | UPS 

By 2050, two-thirds of all people will live in a city. This means roads will get even more congested. Air quality in those urban areas will likely worsen. And the demand for goods in megacities will further test already strained transportation networks.

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White Paper: The Business Case for Zero Waste

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Industrial facilities in the United States generate and manage 7.6 billion tons of nonhazardous industrial waste in land disposal units annually, according the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. General Motors, however, recycles 90 percent of its worldwide manufacturing waste and has 102 landfill-free facilities with a goal of 125 globally by 2020.

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