Northeast Ohio Group Fights Back Against Sprawl

Midwest
Thursday, August 1, 2013
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The Northeast Ohio Sustainable Communities Consortium is striking back against a wide-ranging problem that has scarred few regions more than this corner of the Midwest: sprawl.

The non-profit is a collaboration between city, county, and regional government entities, as well as private foundations and academic institutions. It is funded by a $4.25 million grant from the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development, along with $2.4 million in local matching funds.

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Archaeological Survey in Angkor Reveals Intricacies of Pre-Industrial Urbanism

International
Tuesday, July 2, 2013
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Pre Rup temple at Angkor, Cambodia (Matt Werner / Flickr)

Pre Rup temple at Angkor, Cambodia. (Matt Werner / Flickr)

The US National Academy of Sciences has published the results of a survey performed in April 2012 of the forests of Cambodia, which uncovered a monumental, intricate landscape of low-density urban sprawl connected to ancient ruins of Angkor Wat that dates back to more than 700 years, invalidating archaeologists’ current understandings of pre-industrial urbanism.

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