Dubai aims to be the world's most sustainable city by 2020

Several days ago, the city of Dubai made a bold claim: It will be among the world's most sustainable cities in time for its hosting of Expo 2020. The relatively small city will play host to 25 million visitors. To build the requisite infrastructure, the firm has enlisted heavyweight architecture ...

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