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    Trees of Life member content open

    By Hendershot, Steve The world needs more trees—and a lot of them—to stem the damage wrought by mass deforestation. Brazil alone is destroying the equivalent of three football pitches per minute in the Amazon rainforest…

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    City Escapes member content open

    Why can't an old rail line be an urban oasis? Across the United States, city governments have found that it's cheaper—and more engaging for residents—to rebuild infrastructure into public green…

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    Caring for Giants member content open

    By Bishel, Ashley The project was as pressing as it was daunting. Mariposa Grove's 500-plus mature sequoia trees—one of the largest species on the planet—stretch more than 250 feet (76 meters) in the sky, with some…

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    Full Speed Ahead member content open

    By Rockwood, Kate High-speed rail has long had trouble leaving the station in the United States. Building a new rail network is a high-risk endeavor—as public-sector project sponsors have learned. The State of…

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    Achieving Sustainability in Railway Projects member content locked

    By Yuan, Hongping Achieving sustainability is becoming increasingly critical for measuring the overall success of infrastructure projects. Given the complexity of such projects, the successful management of…

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    Still Afloat member content open

    By Ritcheson, Andrew A project to build a floating park has made it into calmer waters. Pier 55, on the Hudson River shoreline in New York, New York, USA, will feature gardens, lawns and an amphitheater. But the US$200…

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    A change in climate member content open

    Interview with Kamil Jagodzinski, senior project manager, Artic Portal, Akureyri, Iceland.

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    Leaving nothing to waste member content open

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Many global organizations are beginning to make e-waste management a core part of their sustainable project portfolio. Such endeavors require collaboration among multiple stakeholders and also…

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    Sea Change member content open

    By Jones, Tegan After nearly a decade of drought in South Australia, the clouds gathered and the skies finally broke open, filling the state's water reservoirs. But as the rains fell in mid-2010, so did public…

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    Under the Mega-Microscope member content open

    By Whitemyer, David Countries suffering from water shortages face a number of effective yet pricey options to quench their natural thirst, for example, in Libya, a massive project known as the Great Man-Made River…

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