Faysal Kabir Shuvo from the Daily Star writes
“Weeks ago I went through the article ‘Blazing Dhaka: An urban heat island’ written by one of my departmental fellows in The Daily Star. It should undoubtedly be a great concern for the urban experts. The UHI is the worse outcome of urban metabolism process (exchange and transformation of material and energy flow) and is very much explicit in most of the densely built urban environments.”
read the full article @ the [SOURCE: The Daily Star]
Sydney Morning Herald reports
“THE closer you live to the city, the better chance you have of being trim, a study of Sydney suburbs has found.
University of NSW researchers, in conjunction with the NSW Department of Health, examined residents in 40 local government areas across Sydney.
They found those living in the outer suburbs were 30 to 50 per cent more at risk of being overweight and 40 to 60 per cent less likely to be physically active than their inner-city counterparts.”
read the full article at the SOURCE: smh.com.au – Health – LifeAndStyle
news & observer reports
“CHAPEL HILL – It’s called “Exhale,” because in a sense that’s exactly what it will do.
A sculpture designed by artist Mikyoung Kim for downtown Chapel Hill will emit a fine cloud of mist, spritzed upward and dispersed through a series of gently arced, folded stainless steel ribbons perforated with thousands of tiny holes.”
SOURCE: newsobserver.com - Chapel Hill adding public art
“OMA’s proposed luxury new build and refurbishment scheme for the iconic Commonwealth Institute in Kensington has been unveiled.’
read the full article @ [SOURCE: First look at OMA's Commonwealth Institute scheme - Building Design].