Allison Arieff, self-avowed "die-hard urbanist," shows how coronavirus is transforming our urban landscapes: "We can see our cities for the first time without the choking traffic, dirty air and honking horns that have so often made them intolerable," the design/architecture contributor to the New York Times writes. "People are saying hello, people are offering to help neighbors, people are rediscovering board games and puzzles, bread-baking and canning." Around the world, Covid-19 gives people a taste of how sustainable city life might look.

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