Monthly Archives: June 2018

Basic Categories of Land Use Change in an Urban System

Although cities as we know them  occupy the same location for centuries, the  physical infrastructure which comprise the built environment are not static but altered continuously by dynamic forces of change initiated by various public and private interests. This modification of … Continue reading

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SHOCKER: RECYCLING PLASTIC IS MAKING OCEAN LITTER WORSE

From the GWPF and the “Great Pacific Recycling Patch” department. Save The Oceans – Stop Recycling Plastic – video follows London 28 June: An explosive report from the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) reveals that efforts to recycle plastic are … Continue reading

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British Academy ‘Cities & Infrastructure’ Programme Projects Workshop

Originally posted on (Dis)Connected Infrastructures & VAW:
On 19 June, project Co-Investigators Dr Joanne Entwistle and Dr Don Slater attended the British Academy workshop meeting. This was an opportunity to report back on the progress of our fieldwork to…

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How to prepare your smartphone for travel

Are you about to take an exciting trip soon? Don’t forget to bring your smartphone with you. Here are some useful tips on how to prepare your phone for the upcoming trip abroad. How to prepare your smartphone for travel … Continue reading

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