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PULSE December 18 2015: End of the line for Land-line phones?; technologies deliver more than politics for climate change
Created with Soundous Al-Sammarai, i-CANADA Director of Social Media
Nearly half of US households only have cell phone service...end of the line for land-line?
Breakthrough technologies are delivering more than politics for climate change
Remote British Columbia community cut off from the Internet lifeline.
Look-Out Below: Mile-long park to run under Toronto's elevated highway
Thought Leadership
Nations urged to cut subsidies for fossil fuels
"Green" leader Denmark cuts funding for sustainable energy projects
Canada's R&D spending declines; questionable findings on Innovation in new study
Call for papers on e-planning research for Lisbon conference
Smart cities create sustainable environments – Cisco
Blackberry co-founder starts company to track wireless devices
Multi-billion dollar clean energy fund to be announced at Paris Summit - Bill Gates
The economic fates of cities: public policies that decrease competition drive a new inequality in regional city growth
IDC's three Smart City trends: government awareness, uneven policy development, and impact of social media information
Bristol shows the way on climate change
Self-driving cars could kill short-haul domestic airline industry; affect hotels
Finland plans to give all citizens 800 euros a month and scrap benefits
Author urges major role for cities in fighting climate change
Greener buildings: landlords get higher rent rates, less occupant turn-over
Science Council cites Canadian decline in "innovation" (when they really mean Research)
Smart Community Applications and Uses
Tech to the rescue of older people who need care? - Drone-power!
IBM's Watson uses cognitive computing to help health care
Tesla accelerates the arrival of self-drive cars
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