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The Higher ED Blog: How to Market Your City? Build Relationships – Part Two

Boston World Partnerships (BWP) was a marketing agency set up as a private-public partnership funded by the City of Boston and Proctor and Gamble (the More...

9 Ideas that can change everything we think about cities

Carina Kolodny and Ashley Woods at The Huffington Post dig into nine ideas that could, arguably, fundamentally change how we think about cities, which is pretty significant More...

The Higher ED blog: The next “Silicon Valley” of green tech

  Silicon Valley, California is envied for its entrepreneurial culture, concentration of highly skilled labour, and wildly successful and innovative companies that often produce equally More...

11 Ways to feed the world without destroying the planet

Ben Schiller at Fast Company takes a look at the findings on a new report on agricultural technologies and food security. Based on the report’s findings, new technologies More...

Rueing the waves

According to this recent article from The Economist, the United Kingdom now gets more energy from offshore wind farms than all other countries combined do. The country’s More...

Here’s how the world’s biggest cities are tackling climate change

With the recent stall of the international climate change discussion, Ariel Schwartz at Fast Company discusses how some of the world’s largest cities are handling the More...

The cities where people have the fewest cars

Ariel Schwartz writes in Fast CoExist about the potential demise of the car era. She discusses different cities in America which have seen a decline in More...

Best green jobs

Yoli Ouiya at The Huffington Post shares some of the best options for those interested in finding a “green job”. According to Ouiya, those looking for green More...

4 signs Africa could leapfrog fossil fuels (and 1 that it won’t)

Sami Grover writes for TreeHugger.com about the the increase in renewable energy in Africa, arguing the increased use and decreased dependence on fossil fuels is a More...

The Higher ED Blog: How do universities create economic impact?

If you live or work in a mid-sized city in Canada, chances are that it has a university. When cities and regions look to promote, More...