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Five examples from cities like Berlin, Germany, and Malmö, Sweden, show how circular urban planning could make like healthier and safer for all of us.
Antoinette Carroll shakes up design thinking with a bottom-up intersectional approach.
Google is in the process of developing a database of sustainable and healthy building materials to tackle “sick building syndrome” and promote healthy, green commercial and residential spaces.
FastCo Design’s article on biodesign provides plenty of details on the field’s intersectionality and it’s rising popularity in the spotlight.
The New York City Housing Authority turns to green design to improve space efficiency and living conditions in its public housing projects