21 Nov. Today's Congress Highlights
Amory Lovins: We can keep demand (of energy) dropping by exaggerating existing trends. Integrative design is based in retrofitting, remanufacturing, i.e. changing windows or pipes. Global markets are shifting to distributed renewables (wind, solar, geothermal & biomass or biogas).We humans are creating a new fire, not scarce, not local, permanent, free & flameless. We have to be...
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5 examples of countries that are committed to Smart Technology (Part II)
We continue with the top 5 countries that opt for Smart solutions:    3- Brazil   Everyone wants to do business with Brazil, which is organising the next World Cup (2014) and Olympic Games (2016). Two of the most important events on the sporting calendar.   The South American giant doesn¿t want to miss out on innovation and the future of cities....
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20 Nov. Today's Congress Highlights
Richard Florida: The basic force behind growth is the clustering of people and technology together as an urban metabolism = the city. It is about megaregions such as Barcelona-Lyon / Amsterdam · Brussels · Antwerp; about functioning megaregions , A great functioning megaregion needs to be a Technology leader, promote Talent and be Tolerant. It is now about Quality of place not Quality of life....
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19 Nov. Today's Congress Highlights
Pedro Paulo Carvalho: La democracia representativa se está acabando, hemos de trabajar para una polistecnocracia.   Kent Larson: Cities should support diversity, density and identity.   Jenaro García: the data is essential as the water for the Human being of today.   Iemke Idsingh: citizens exploit the cloud to connect.   Paul Doherty: big...
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5 examples of countries that are committed to Smart Technology (Part I)
1- United Kingdom The Brits are making an impact. Their commitment to innovation and the future of cities led the British Government, in March 2012, to implement Future Cities and Transport Systems Catapult centres . The centres are set up with one purpose: to demonstrate how technology and innovation can improve services and quality of life by developing smart initiatives. The idea is...
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Amory Lovins: We can keep demand (of energy) dropping by exaggerating existing trends. Integrative design is based in retrofitting, remanufacturing, i.e. changing windows or pipes. Global
We continue with the top 5 countries that opt for Smart solutions:    3- Brazil   Everyone wants to do business with Brazil, which is organising the next World
Richard Florida: The basic force behind growth is the clustering of people and technology together as an urban metabolism = the city. It is about megaregions such as Barcelona-Lyon / Amsterdam ·
Pedro Paulo Carvalho: La democracia representativa se está acabando, hemos de trabajar para una polistecnocracia.   Kent Larson: Cities should support diversity, density and identity.
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