Would that all journeys were on foot: writers on the joy of walking

Will Self on London, Fran Lebowitz on New York, Helen Garner on Melbourne and other writers love letters to urban pedestrianism For Walking the City week exploring all aspects of urban walking, good and bad writers tell us where they walk and why. Will Self watches the world go by…

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Flint, Michigan: the story of a modern American city

Photographer Zackary Canepari arrived in Flint in 2012, before a scandal about tainted water brought the city to international attention. For six years he has documented a place of struggle, and strength Flint is a city long infamous for poverty, crime, and more recently the water crisis that has plagued…

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Electric Buses Are Hurting the Oil Industry

About 279,000 barrels a day of fuel won’t be needed this year China adds a London-sized electric bus fleet every five weeks Source: Bloomberg New Energy Finance For every 1,000 battery-powered buses on the road, about 500 barrels a day of diesel fuel will be displaced from the market, according…

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