Eco-city

Eco-city

Ecological cities are balanced with human society and balanced between humans and nature.
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Lehmann says: "We have to have every city be an eco-city".
Summary: DUBAI -- The proposed eco-city, Ziggurat, aims to cut carbon emissions by 90 per cent and reduce commuting time, according to Dubai-based developer Timelinks.
He will then fly on to Shanghai to see progress being made in the Dongtan "eco-city" with lessons being learned for the Thames Gateway project currently under development in London's suburbs.
The first phase of New Alamein will include an eco-city. New Alamein City will also include a national university comprising of a number of applied science faculties, an opera house, a library and a museum.
Pico de Loro in Nasugbu, Batangas, has a beach and country club; Tugawa Cove Resort in Caramoan, Camarines Sur fronts a paradise-like beach; Potipot Island in Candelaria, Zambales, was dubbed "Little Boracay of the North; Amana Waterpark in Bulacan is a pool resort; Misibis Bay in Bacacay, Albay, has an excellent view of Mayon Volcano; eco-city Nuvali is a commercial-residential development in Sta.
reported it was halfway through its first project-a 19-tower residential complex project in Tianjin Eco-City.
M2 EQUITYBITES-2 August 2010-Nokia Siemens to consult on digital eco-city project in China(C)2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
From Wales' own zero-carbon eco-city in St Davids in Pembrokeshire to the new grassroots Transition Town movement - spreading fast since an inaugural meeting in Lampeter in April - communities throughout the nation are fast putting politicians' rhetoric into practice.