While Hudson Yards is growing up, it's becoming less accessible

While Hudson Yards is growing up, it’s becoming less accessible

In planning Manhattan’s L-bend, the developers attempted to match that stretch of sidewalk with trees, grass, and spray-painted red crosswalks. But the interventions were too disconnected from its real-world context – and ignored the…

Gone but not forgotten: Africa's science talent

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Gone but not forgotten: Africa’s science talent

Image copyright PA Image caption Nigeria’s Rotimi Olowo, among the continent’s stars of the sciences, is planning to leave Two of Africa’s leading maths and science minds are leaving the continent in the next…

Sudanese protesters clash with police

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Sudanese protesters clash with police

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Journalists have repeatedly been attacked while working in Sudan At least six people have been killed as armed protests break out in Sudan and a journalist is arrested….

Why are American cities turning their backs on trees?

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Why are American cities turning their backs on trees?

As other parts of the country turn their backs on nature, it’s the cities of America where species take root and flourish Thirty-six million trees are lost every year in the United States to…