Though hypermarkets and supermarkets have become the primary source of goods for most Malaysians, many prefer to get their fresh agricultural products from farmers’ and wet markets, like the Alor Gajah Wet Market in the State of Melaka. Each month, the market sends two tons of waste–a third of its total monthly food supply–to a […]
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Vietnam is prone to the negative impacts of climate change due to its topography and the tropical monsoon climate. Unfortunately, infrastructure in the Mekong Delta Region is poor and unable to keep up with the impacts. An Giang is the upstream province of the Delta, thus the water depth and duration of the flooding are […]
Real estate development students explore mixed use development, real estate, and affordable housing in Tigard ahead of new transit center […]
Students in an urban design studio partnered with TriMet to design ambitious improvements to the Marquam Hill region in anticipation of two potential light rail stations […]
Public relations students conduct community survey in anticipation of biking infrastructure development […]
Hat Yai Municipality plans to transform itself into a “Green City” while developing protocols to deal with its vulnerabilities. Even before COVID-19 impacted the municipality, it was already facing extensive challenges due to climate change and its location and elevation. The municipality plans to embrace flexibility in future urban design, taking potential disruptions into account. […]
During the 2016 to 2017 academic year, the City of Monona was chosen to partner with the UniverCity Year program due to its proximity to the university and for strong support from Mayor Bob Miller. […]