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Participatory challenge: Using the internet try to understand how the term “Right to the City” (coined by Henri Lefebvre) has been interpreted and used in the US context.
Reference Challenge: “Energy in Context.” What is a lot of energy, what is a little, and how do watts, joules, and calories relate to each other? Present a useful reference graphic to help us understand energy metrics.