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Cities drive natural selection

“It’s pretty remarkable,” says Johnson. “For years, biologists ignored cities, seeing them as ‘anti-life’, and only recently biologists began to realise that cities are agents of change, driving evolution of organisms living around us and even some living on us.” … Continue reading

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35 Cities With the Most Job Opportunities

Looking for new cities with the most job opportunities? Look no further, as MagnifyMoney has done some legwork for you. These cities may be some of the best places to look for in-house counsel jobs. “If you’re looking for an … Continue reading

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Who owns the space under cities? The attempt to map the earth beneath us

The Guardian: “…In London, a city with 150 years of trenching, digging and boring to its name, the chaos is reaching new depths. According to Newcastle University’s Global Urban Research Unit, more than 4,600 basements have been granted planning permission … Continue reading

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Ranchordas on Citizen-Consumers & Smart Cities

Sofia Ranchordas (University of Groningen, Faculty of Law) has posted Citizens as Consumers in the Data Economy: The Case of Smart Cities (4 Journal of European Consumer and Market Law _(2018) (forthcoming)) on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: This article offers a … Continue reading

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Cities Sue Trump Administration for Sabotaging Affordable Care Act [text]

Four cities and two individuals filed suit yesterday against the Trump Administration, arguing that the Administration’s efforts to sabotage the Affordable Care Act violate the Administrative Procedure Act and the President’s duty to “take care that the laws be faithfully … Continue reading

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