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Newsy 5 Oct 2020

Modern Metropolis, Part 1: The Science of Cities

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Modern Metropolis: Preparing Today's Cities for Tomorrow's Challenges is the story of a group of private and public sector organizations from Cincinnati coming together to make healthier buildings and a healthier community. Part 1: "The Science of Cities" looks at how cities need to plan for the future with systems thinking and the natural world as guides.


Modern Metropolis: Preparing Today's Cities for Tomorrow's Challenges is the story of a group of private and public sector organizations from Cincinnati coming together to make healthier buildings and a healthier community. Part 2 looks at a collaborative new model for building and maintaining sustainable cities, known as the 2030 Districts.
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