Date: 20 November – 24 January 2009
Digital Cities looks at how digital technology helps us understand and improve the planning and experience of our city.
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Each of Metro light rail’s 28 starter line stations has a unique design, with special efforts taken to reflect the neighborhoods where stations are located.
read more @ the SOURCE: azcentral.com – Light-rail stations reflect neighborhoods.
London, England. Two of the UK’s leading proponents of green roofs have teamed up to produce ‘THE DIY GUIDE TO GREEN & LIVING ROOFS’ – a guide aimed at individuals with a Do-It-Yourself inclination along with those having trouble persuading local contractors to take up the challenge of installing a green roof on their behalf.
‘The DIY Guide to Green & Living Roofs’ is available to buy in eBook formats at http://www.livingroofs.org/DIY_Guide_intro.html for GBP 11.65.
SOURCE: PressZoom.com – Global News Service – News and Press Release Distribution.
Otago Daily has reported that a $400m NZD ($295m USD) Mahinerangi windfarm proposed by Trustpower has been approved by the Environment Court.
Read more @ the SOURCE: Otago Daily
CBC.ca reports that 15 solar-powered cars, including four managed by teams from Canadian schools, rolled out of a suburb of Dallas, Texas, on Sunday en route to Calgary in the 2008 North American Solar Challenge.
The race should end on July 22 at the University of Calgary
CBC.ca – Solar-powered cars begin race to Calgary.