Monthly Archives: December 2013

Jane Jacobs — Downtown is for People

Originally posted on HowCitiesWork:
One of many delightful illustrations in the archived original essay from Fortune Magazine, way back in 1958 (but still 100% timely today).

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International Camel Conference at Islamia University Bahawalpur Pakistan

ARKBIODIV.COM The International Camel Conference (ICC) under the patronage of Camel Association of Pakistan and the Islamia University of Bahawalpur was organized in Baghdad campus of Islamia University (19-21 Dec 2013). Bahawalpur being the city of the great Thar desert … Continue reading

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Urban wetlands :Impact and Overview

Wetlands are defined as transitional between terrestrial and aquatic eco-systems where the water table is usually at or near the surface or the land is covered by shallow water . Wetlands have been categorized both as biomes and ecosystems. A … Continue reading

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Carbon emissions per person, by country

Originally posted on Dr. M. S. Chauhan:
Looking at a country’s total carbon emissions alone doesn’t tell the full story of the country’s contribution to global warming Roll over the lines to get the data. Looking at a country’s total…

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