Monthly Archives: September 2013

Rainwater harvesting- the response to extreme climate changes

Originally posted on Water Systems in Urban Contexts:
The link between society and climate is unarguably substantial, historically as well as in our modern society. The extreme weather conditions caused by climate change result in dislocation of the population, cultural…

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Source: Ancient Indian Maps

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Journals: 50 years of Urban Studies – free articles!

Originally posted on UTS Urban Forum:
The Editors of Urban Studies have decided to mark the journal’s 50th birthday by putting together a virtual special issue showcasing the full extent of Urban Studies’ output over the past 50 years. The issue combines…

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Emotional Countries !!

Originally posted on Jugraphia Slate:
A map of the world’s countries by most and least emotional. Click to enlarge. (Max Fisher) Gallup polling firm has surveyed people in 150 countries and territories on, among other things, their daily emotional experience.…

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