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  • Renewables Can Speak for Themselves

    Renewables Can Speak for Themselves

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    The current administration has made its opinion on climate change very clear. It is, I would argue, pretty safe to assume that over the next four years there will be …
  • The Long Overdue Kibosh on Minimum Parking Requirements

    The Long Overdue Kibosh on Minimum Parking Requirements

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    Buffalo had some big news to share earlier this month: it became the first city in the U.S. to remove minimum parking requirements from its zoning code. This change was …
  • Changing Attitudes toward Autonomous Vehicles

    Changing Attitudes toward Autonomous Vehicles

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    Last month, PwC released a study about the consumer response to automotive technology—autonomous vehicles included. The responses provide key insights into the changing attitudes towards these high-profile technologies.   Most …
  • The Importance of Clean Tech Investment

    The Importance of Clean Tech Investment

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    We here at Scoville were delighted by last week’s unveiling of Breakthrough Energy Ventures, a $1 billion clean tech investment fund. The fund was launched by billionaire Bill Gates alongside …
  • Megaregions and the Future of Planning

    Megaregions and the Future of Planning

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    This week, Betsy Mason published a great piece with National Geographic about ‘megaregions’ within the U.S. The article discusses recent research conducted by Garrett Nelson of Dartmouth College and Alasdair Rae of …

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