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Indigenous-led company Appdigenous is creating accessible smart cities, one app at a time

Founder Melissa Lunney shares how the app Doorable is changing cities.

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Resilient Cities, Post COVID-19: Urban Planning

In the fourth and last of this series, we’re focusing on urban planning and how the design of our cities may shift in response to COVID-19 and the many inequities it has laid bare. 

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#CommunityResilience Twitter Chat

A recap of the #CommunityResilience Twitter chat exploring quick solutions and long-term fixes to make better cities.

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Resilient Cities, Post COVID-19: Accelerating Innovation

In the third of this Resilient Cities series, we’re focusing on accelerating innovation.  

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COVID-19 shines light on the inequality of the food system

From the safety precautions at grocery stores leading to long lines to supply shortages, this pandemic is testing the security and resilience of food supply chains. Are community food hubs perfectly suited to address these issues?

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Voices from Youth Climate Action

Three Climate Action Catalysts share their hope for the future of youth action and, given the current climate of social distancing, what new or different approaches are they taking to climate action?

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Resilient Cities, Post COVID-19: Rewriting Policy

In the second of this series, Evergreen asks which policies, programs, and investments should last beyond this pandemic? 

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Re-imagining New Urban Futures Through Indigenous Placekeeping

Indigenous Re-Imagining of Cities is a new project by Evergreen and Future Cities Canada to build a national platform of collaborative dialogue, research, convenings, and land-based activations

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