Home/Articles/The Daily Durning: Guess the CityFebruary 13, 2015The Daily Durning: Guess the CityThis US City First to Run 100 Percent on Sustainable Energy . It looks like this: . Which city? Find out here. Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted inEnergy & Resources/sustainability (595)SupportIf you love this region and have a view to its future please subscribe, donate, or become a Patron.Share onComments Cancel ReplyComment * Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Δ David GodinFebruary 13, 2015 at 3:18 pm Without clicking through to the link, and just going by the photo, I’m going to guess that we’re talking about Burlington, Vermont. Reply Previous: Verily VivekNext: Intelligence in CopenhagenSubscribe to Viewpoint Vancouver Get breaking news and fresh views, direct to your inbox. Email Address Subscribe Join 7,320 other subscribers Show your Support Check our Patreon page for stylish coffee mugs, private city tours, and more – or, make a one-time or recurring donation. Thank you for helping shape this place we love. Donate to VWPTPatreon PerksPopular Articles Free Webinar: The Key to Building Great Communities: Listening for Understanding Florida and Toderian on stage in Medellin See AllAll ArticlesFree Webinar: The Key to Building Great Communities: Listening for UnderstandingDec. 09, 2022Tesla’s New Long Haul Truck Maybe Not That Long HaulDec. 07, 2022Free Webinar: Place & Prosperity: How Cities Help Connect & InnovateDec. 06, 2022ABC Majority Park Board Rolling Red Carpet For Two Lanes of Drivers on Stanley Park DriveDec. 05, 2022Grant Applications Close January 5: Want to Take Your Planning Team to Copenhagen?Dec. 05, 2022Follow VWPT on Instagram 3 #Funan mall bike path 2 Funan mall bike path 1 Back in Singapore briefly and came across this in Funan mall - a bike path that runs right into the interior. Entrance - #Bali airport Men’s restroom - #Bali airport Bangkok, I believe, is finally starting to remove some of the excess wiring that has accumulated on poles over the years (partly because wireless has made them redundant, partly because sheer weight has made them dangerous). Time for Bali too.