The fast lane of a moving sidewalk would go 15 mph and get people to their destination five minutes faster than a train. Continue reading →
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Scientists, engineers and planners are figuring out new ways of speeding up supply chains, delivery and getting rid of waste.
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Vertical farms increase production of food, reduce waste and naturally scrub the air of smog. What's not to love?
An urban plan for Paris could reduce the city's greenhouse gas emissions by up to 75 percent in 2050.
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