The petition comes to the front in a series of billboards that show the dangers that volunteers face while they’re at work in war zones. Urbanites could sign on the last billboard to fight for these unprotected volunteers. It’s remarkable that an organization’s choice is to organize a petition in a subway station rather than online with a much wider audience. However, the fact that plenty of blogs already covered it proves that it’s a smart idea.
Paris has taken urban sustainability to the next level with the most recent addition to its team of municipal workers. Rather than investing in another fleet of gas-guzzling lawn mowers, the city has acquired four large sheep to take care of its green spaces. Known as “eco-grazing”, the sheep won’t just be mowing the city’s lawns — they’ll be fertilizing them too!Read more →
To promote its upcoming Fortwo electric drive, car brand Smart travels Europe with the Smart Urban Stage. The Smart Urban Stage is an international platform offering an exciting view on the future of the city. What will the future be like in urban areas and how will we move around? At the Smart Urban Stage…Read more →
On October 16 the movie ‘New York, I Love You’ will hit theatres in the United States. The movie is about the love for a city, and, in this particular case, the love for the city of New York. We all know what it’s like to fall in love with a city. It’s all about…Read more →