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The Right to Repair movement rejects the primacy of disposable culture and proprietary technology. How proposed legislation could notch a victory  for digital literacy and environmental sustainability.

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In the fight against gentrification, three placemaking programs activate community networks and help artists and residents lay down economic roots.

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Cultivate the art of noticing — from smell inventories to sonic mapping, getting lost, looking up and more.

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How street newspapers in cities empower the people who experience homelessness.

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African-Americans are three times more likely to die from asthma as whites. In Philadelphia and elsewhere, how can outcomes improve with changes to housing quality and pollution control?

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How smaller interventions can reactivate, energize and sustain a city's downtown.

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In a rapidly evolving pro-pot landscape, how will cities rectify the extreme racial disparities in drug sentencing, and legislate an equitable marijuana marketplace?

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The award-winning San Quentin News has produced criminal-justice journalism for more than a decade. Now, their magazine reaches beyond prison walls to tell long-form stories of trauma, grace and healing.

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The promise of composting and pay-as-you-throw, in part two of Next City's zero-waste feature.

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In part one of Next City’s two-part feature on the state of Zero Waste programs, we dig into where cities are falling short, and look at Austin’s experiments that convert materials from the waste stream into marketable products.

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