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There appears to be a trend developing in the United States: a waning love for the skyscraper. Its latest manifestation occurred recently when New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced his support for new legislation that impose stricter building rules on skyscrapers to make them more environmentally friendly. De Blasio's position is linked to his proposed Green New Deal to to reduce gas emissions by 40% by 2030 and 80% by 2050. Companies in sectors like technology see tall buildings as a reflection of the old corporate hierarchical culture, preferring to have built offices than are more open and democratic. Apple Inc’s headquarters, for example, is a ring with only four floors. This trend is dwindling the desire to reach into the clouds.

    
INSIDE INFRASTRUCTURE  29/05/2019
 
NEW YORK: MORE LIMITS THAN THE SKY FOR NEW SKYSCRAPERS
 

The quest to build ever higher buildings in United States is slowing as preferences and practicalities change

 

    
INSIDE INFRASTRUCTURE  29/05/2019
 
BOGOTÁ READY TO BUILD ITS METRO
 

Work on the city’s first metro line is set to begin in March 2020

 


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