The Economist

October 16, 2006, 1pm PDT
<p>The Economist predicts that America's rising population solve more problems that it will create.</p>
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October 8, 2006, 5am PDT
Plans for a new futuristic mode of transport blends maglev technology with an ordinary bus.
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October 7, 2006, 9am PDT
Chongming, a remote island north of Shanghai, is set to become a showcase of sustainable development, but doubts remain about the viability of the plan.
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September 6, 2006, 2pm PDT
Congestion and gas prices are creating a boom for light rail and buses across the nation. Cities are using technology and imaginative enticements to counter Americans' reluctance to abandon their cars.
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August 3, 2006, 8am PDT
Backed by government support, Britain's land use laws are bringing new urbanism to the mainstream.
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July 24, 2006, 12pm PDT
Nevada is experiencing an influx of new retirees and trying to cope with the surge of sexagenarians.
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May 8, 2006, 11am PDT
How London has changed in the past 108 years -- and how it hasn't. Comparing the results of an 1898 study with today's census figures reveal much about the social makeup of neighborhoods.
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October 26, 2005, 11am PDT
Political leaders in China are hard at work devising incentives to make local leaders more environmentally conscious with development projects.
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September 27, 2005, 5am PDT
Experts predict an 80% chance of a major earthquake (seven or higher on the Richter scale) in Los Angeles that would kill up to 18,000 people. California looks better-prepared that Louisiana, but is it?
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August 25, 2005, 9am PDT
In the wake of the recent Supreme Court decision on eminient domain, more and more Americans are concerned about their property rights.
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August 19, 2005, 5am PDT
Miami's real estate market is red hot with 65,000 condos in some stage of development. Is this a bubble, or is Miami truly densifying?
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July 10, 2005, 5am PDT
Despite safety issues and questions about future profits, climate change is causing western governments to take a fresh look at nuclear power.
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June 23, 2005, 1pm PDT
Never before have housing prices risen so fast, for so long, in so many countries, according to new research by the Economist.
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June 17, 2005, 10am PDT
How the current housing boom ends could decide the course of the entire world economy over the next few years.
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June 6, 2005, 8am PDT
Already heavily polluted, China's cities face a troubling picture of many more cars on the roads in coming years.
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May 5, 2005, 6am PDT
The oil industry faces significant challenges in the future.
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March 18, 2005, 1pm PST
Zoning restrictions can help to explain why house prices continue to rise.
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March 16, 2005, 6am PST
Most expensive property prices in mainland China are in areas surrounding Xintiandi, where traditional Shanghai art deco features have been preserved.
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February 2, 2005, 12pm PST
Can the mayor of S&#227;o Paulo, South America's biggest city, steer it to a better future?
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December 6, 2004, 6am PST
"New buildings use design and technology to reduce environmental impact, cut costs and provide better places to work."
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