Super Cities №272—Climate’s Collective Alliance
Collective action is only possible when members have determined that the benefits are greater than the costs.
Super Cities №264—Neutrality Simply is Not Enough
The future is not set, but our climate pathways are becoming clearer.
Super Cities №254—When Bigger is Not Better
Did you know that, between 2010 and 2018, SUVs were the second largest contributor to the explosion in global carbon emissions?
Super Cities №202—Cities Slow-Fast Future
Cities are mostly incremental, but occasionally, there are dramatic changes to the places we live and work.
Super Cities №197—Polluted Cities are Killers
By 2050, an additional 400-plus million Indians — and 255 million Chinese — will live in cities. Along with Nigeria, India and China will account for 35% of global urban growth by 2050.
Super Cities №178 — Escape from L.A. (Storms)
In 2018, the United States experienced 14 climate-related disasters that each cost $1+ billion.
Super Cities №162 — City Farms, Big Business
We’ll need to produce more food in the next 30 years than we have in the last 10,000, all while managing a diminishing supply of water and arable land.
Super Cities №124 - As The World Burns (Literally)
It is difficult for most people to connect the Industrial Revolution to current GDP and productivity growth to future climate-caused events.
Super Cities №103 - Why Cities Are The Future
Around the world: trillions of dollars, billions of people, and millions of products. The most significant economic opportunity of our lifetimes.
Super Cities №29 — What Would Teddy Roosevelt Think?
In 1901, Theodore Roosevelt became America’s first conservationist president.