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ArchitectureChicago PLUS 2015-08-30 19:01:00
And you thought the Verizon store was bad? This is the rendering accompanying a Saturday report by the Trib's Gregory Karp on the 60,000 square-foot Chicago flagship store for Japanese retailer Uniqlo. This is the latest addition to 830 North Michigan, just north of the Water Tower.  And this, again courtesy of the Trib, is where we started, back in 1949.Believe …


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Climate Progress 2015-08-27 16:20:34
California is an agricultural powerhouse, supplying the majority of the nation’s fruits, vegetables, and nuts. California also happens to be in the midst of the fourth year of a historic drought — the most severe in recorded history — which is a problem for all that agricultural production, because growing crops — or raising livestock, or tending to nurseries — …


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Climate Progress 2015-08-28 12:00:49
Hawaiian Gov. David Ige said this week he opposes plans to use natural gas as a “transitional fuel” for the island state as it moves to 100 percent renewable electricity. Ige said investment in infrastructure for LNG — or any fossil fuel — was misplaced, and he expressed doubt that there would be any monetary benefits to LNG proposals. “LNG …


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Climate Progress 2015-08-28 14:56:31
Late Thursday, a North Dakota federal judge issued a temporary injunction just hours before an Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps of Engineers rule to protect small streams and wetlands went into effect. North Dakota and 12 other states requested the injunction, which halts enforcement of the Waters of the United States rule. Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, …


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Climate Progress 2015-08-28 13:22:55
Thailand crushed and incinerated two tons of ivory from its stockpile on Wednesday. The move was praised by conservation groups who have long believed that the country has turned a blind eye toward illegal trade of ivory. “For too long Thailand has been exploited by wildlife criminals as both a gateway and marketplace for ivory poached in Africa and Asia,” Janpai …


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Climate Progress 2015-08-28 18:17:31
In two separate foreign policy addresses in South Carolina on Friday, Republican presidential candidates Scott Walker and Marco Rubio both criticized Democrats for addressing climate change as a foreign policy issue. Hillary Clinton, President Barack Obama and other democrats have spoken about the need to address climate issues as international policy and global security issues. But the Wisconsin governor and …


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Next American City 2015-09-02 11:00:00
A shop selling mobile phone products in the Kibera slum in Nairobi, Kenya (AP Photo/Khalil Senosi) ?Somebody beat me,? Liz says, explaining her blackened left eye. She declines to say much more, but it?s easy to guess that the incident didn?t involve a rapid response by paramedics. Liz is a vendor whose tiny stall is perched on a hill in Kibera, …


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Next American City 2015-08-27 17:18:00
(AP Photo/Jeff Chiu) The rise of Uber and other on-demand ride services has impacted cities in various ways, and a fiscal-focused nonprofit has released a plan to mitigate at least one issue regarding the industry in New York: Change tax policy. Related Stories Atlanta Transit Agency Pushes Sales Tax for $8 Billion Expansion PlanAre Georgia Republicans Learning to Love the MARTA Train?Utah Mayors …


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Next American City 2015-08-27 17:58:00
(Photo by Max Binder) Philadelphia?s central north-south thoroughfare is Broad Street. Head down it south from City Hall, and you’ll find buzzing restaurants, shops, hotels, theaters and performance venues, but walk north and things get quieter. In an attempt to level the playing field, the city will illuminate the northern section with 41 55-foot stainless steel light fixtures. The $8.7 million …


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Next American City 2015-08-28 11:00:00
The LSU building on St. Charles Avenue that houses the New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic on the second floor (Photo by William Widmer) August 26, 2005 was a typical lazy end of summer Friday afternoon at the New Orleans Musicians? Clinic (NOMC). At 4 pm our office administrator locked the file cabinets containing the health records of our 837 active patients, turned …


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