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2017 Great Places in America: Suggest Your Favorite Place

From www.infrastructureusa.org

Nominations are now being accepted through May 10 for 2017's Great Streets, Great Neighborhoods, and Great Public Spaces. APA will recognize this year's Great
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WELL Community Standard Taking Shape

From www.wellcertified.com

The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) is a public benefit corporation whose mission is to improve human health and well-being in buildings and communities across the world through its WELL Building Standard (WELL).
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“The Role of Public Health in Complete Streets” webinar recap | Smart Growth America

From smartgrowthamerica.org

Last week we hosted the first webinar of our new series, Implementation & Equity 201: The Path Forward to Complete Streets. Together with Voices for Healthy Kids and the American Public Health Association, we explored “The Role of Public Health in Complete Streets”. Watch the full video recording of the webinar above, or download the … Continued
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Welcome 2017 Code for America fellows and government partners - Code for America

From www.codeforamerica.org

We are excited to introduce the 2017 fellows and the government partners changing how they deliver key services.
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Good Governance Through Better Engagement Strategy

From www.publicagenda.org

A workshop that goes beyond satisfying requirements for two-way communication in order to develop sustainable, good government practices.
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Call for proposals on Anticipating Climate Hazards & Building Climate Resilience

From www.cakex.org

The United Nations Secretary-General's Climate Resilience Initiative- Anticipate, Absorb, Reshape (A2R), in collaboration with the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence's Climate CoLab are calling for a wide range of innovative and practical solutions – on the local, national and international levels – that can help strengthen early warning and early action in vulnerable communities around the world. A2R is a global, multi-stakeholder initiative accelerating action on the ground to enhance climate resilience of the most vulnerable countries and people by 2020. Win a chance to present your work before the A2R Initiative Leadership team-- some of the world's leading experts in climate change adaptation.
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Happy Citizen Design - the future of living

From www.happycitizendesign.com

We believe cities should be designed around happiness, not technology or efficiency. We believe in co-creation of fun, engaging and happy citizen spaces, one project at a time, one neighborhood at a time to make the world a happy place again.
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Request for Startups: News, Jobs, and Democracy

From blog.ycombinator.com

If you’re working on a startup or non-profit that addresses news, the future of work, or improving democracy, we’d love to see you apply.
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Urban Transit and Sustainable Networks

From www.ierek.com

Urban Transit Planning is constituted through defining goals and objectives, identifying problems, generating alternatives, evaluating alternatives, and dev
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Smart Cities Council: Meet our Readiness Challenge Grant finalists 

From smartcitiescouncil.com

Meet the 10 finalists for the first-ever Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge Grants. Learn about their initiatives and the people within the cities working to support them.
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NASA to let Public pick Juno Spacecraft's next site for Jupiter Photos 

From www.clarksvilleonline.com

Written by DC Agle NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory Pasadena, CA - Where should NASA's Juno spacecraft aim its camera during its next close pass of Jupiter
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AIA Honor Awards 2017 recognize excellence in architecture, interior, and regional&urban design

From worldarchitecture.org

World Architecture Community News - AIA Honor Awards 2017 recognize excellence in architecture, interior, and regional&urban design
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Knight Cities Challenge Names 2017 Finalists

From www.archdaily.com

The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation has announced the names of the 144 finalists in the 2017 edition of the Knight Cities Challenge
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