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    • Cities are trying to fight climate change, but they wildly underestimate emissions (Curbed)
    • All around the world, people are creating and enjoying open streets for people (TheCityFix)
    • This urban guerrilla design is in your face: a parklet right on top of a row of parked cars (Fast Company)
    • So, you'd like a neighborhood grocery store (Strong Towns)
    • What happened to the "100 Resilient Cities" initiative (CityLab)
    • CA cities are tops in terms of inflation risk, because housing (LA Times)
    • International investors in U.S. sprawl are mad because they hoped to make huge returns (Bloomberg)
    • Climate change might make Siberia a nice place to live (Grist)

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