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Vegetation is the Future of Architecture – The Nature of Cities (www.thenatureofcities.com)

Most of the inhabitable regions of the Earth were originally covered by forests, grasslands, and wetlands. These carbon-grabbing, biodiverse, spongy landscapes have been largely replaced by agriculture and urban development, which is drier, belches carbon, is erosive of soils, and which has lost most of its wildlife. Indeed, biodiversity declines continue apace. Cities and buildings, … Continue reading Vegetation is the Future of Architecture →

The future of transportation isn't just battery-electric vehicles. 8 experts told us what else to expect. (www.businessinsider.com)

Remote Work Visas Are Transforming The Future Of Work And Travel (www.forbes.com)