Multiple factors –social, economic, environmental, and cultural — feed and support each other for eco-city citizens to feel satisfied.
The traditional knowledge and practices of indigenous peoples can make a significant contribution to sustainable development in our cities and areas of sprawl.
These are not your grandmother’s botanical gardens. Urban green spaces are now hubs for physical activity, concerts, mazes, hiking, scientific inquiry, and, oh, yes, the study of flora, albeit interactively.
Urban sprawl isn’t new. It started in the U.S. when affordable suburban housing created an exodus from many cities. But with sprawl comes an increase in carbon dioxide emissions.
Here at Ecolocalizer, we love to help you live greener and healthier, make your community more resilient, and improve lives. It’s a job we love! Living green means many things, like buying locally grown food, exploring alternative transportation, visiting ecotourism destinations, and so much more. But it really should begin in the home–that’s where we spend a huge portion of our time, and that’s where so much of our impact begins. A new self-auditing tool from Home Efficiency will now allow…
Urban spaces often inspire citizens to seek better lives. Sait Tuzel, a Turkish scholar, used digital and media literacy to teach language arts. He’s been in prison as a result since August 2016.