Monthly Archives: July 2015

eBasta – Special Online Platform for School Students

Guest Post by Mohit Chabria Many school students are frustrated because of the increasing load of their school bag. Now frustration of school students is going to reduce as eBasta has got launched. School students will be able to go … Continue reading

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Mare Magnum: Urbanization of the sea

Originally posted on machines of urbanization:
First presented as part of a panel, Territory beyond Terra, with Phil Steinberg, Elaine Stratford and Kimberly Peters at the Association of American Geographers (AAG) 2015, Chicago To speak of urbanizing the sea may…

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“City Smell” Mappers Want Urban Planners to Use Their Noses

Originally posted on The Urban Sustainability Laboratory:
Jenn Stanley Next City June 8, 2015 This “smell map” of London shows emission odors in red and natural scents in green. (Credit: Daniele Quercia, Rossano Schifanella, Luca Maria Aiello, and Kate McLean)…

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How can cultural geography help energy policy makers? (link)

In an interesting post on AUSCCER blog the relationship is explained here. The theoretical and methodological approaches of cultural geography may help inform energy policy initiatives by providing insights to how people live with the arrival of winter cold in … Continue reading

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