Maz Ali ~ I Never Realized How Dumb Our Cities Are Until I Saw What A Smart One Looks Like

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cities-2695bff809756b5a4263295e9bd60f59With the population growing and most of it happening in cities, these Canadian journalists wanted to take a closer look at whether our sprawling modern villages are up to the task of housing more humans.
Over half of the world lives in urban areas. That includes over 80% of people in the United States and 81% of folks in Canada, where this report was produced. Therein lies the problem.

Read more:  http://www.upworthy.com/i-never-realized-how-dumb-our-cities-are

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