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AM Inspiration: Walt Whitman and Sustainable Cities

This weekend I was in Philadelphia, a city I've only passed through a couple of times. Walking around on a sunny day through an unfamiliar city I was impressed with the City-ness of it, the way tasting an unfamiliar type of apple would show you, amidst a new taste or texture, the commonalities th...

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Tags: Builidng, City, Museum, Philadelphia, Planning, Pollution, Sustainable cities, Urban, Walt whitman
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Earth Day and Black History Month: Crossing the Divide Between Causes

In their ongoing discussion of whether Earth Day is meaningful, Grist had a post, "Broadening the Earth Day tent", about race and the environmental movement: Despite the environmental movement’s new-found introspection on its largely white and affluent constituency, I still see a large gap to be...

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Tags: Community, Earth day, Ethnic, Minority, Movement, Pollution, Race, Scorecard
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