On 27 January, the Belarusian essayist, Evgeny Morozov, who is well known for his reflections on the social impact of the new technologies, opened the Open City lecture series at the CCCB with a talk titled “Democracy, Technology and City”.
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Car culture isn’t making us sick. Cities aren’t healthier than suburbs. Food deserts don’t cause obesity.
Follow the link to obtain the most recent data (year 2013) on the development of Latin America and the Caribbean, published by the United Nations through their Economic Comission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC).
ECLAC’s Statistical Yearbook for Latin America and the Caribbean presents an overview of the development of the region, by providing regional profiles, as well as social, economic and environmental statistics.
The document is available online for free, in English and Spanish. Excel data sheets are also available.
I recommend you check all the other publications available on the ECLAC’s website, especially if you’re interested in working with/in Latin America or the Caribbean.
Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), Statistical Yearbook for Latin America and the Caribbean, 2013 (LC/G.2582-P), Santiago, Chile, 2013. United Nations publication, Sales No. E/S.14.II.G.1
Play games with other pedestrians while you wait for the light to turn green.
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