The adoption of fossil fuels changed the spatial organization of human society, from the new building typologies invented to organize an emerging working class to the new urban archetypes that developed to meet the demands of circulation and consumption. These are the material building blocks of the fossil economy and the spatial roots of the […]
Join this virtual mayors panel via livestream or in person at the Watch Party hosted at the University of Michigan's Ford School of Public Policy. This annual event brings together mayors virtually from cities across the states of the Big Ten in a conversation around timely topics of national importance that manifest at the municipal […]
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