Imagine waking up in a dystopian world where all trees are plastic, where all streets are buried in piles of trash, where pollution is so bad you can’t see the sky, and where rivers have turned into concrete.

Well, in fact, this is already happening in some places around the world, according to the eye-opening subreddit named Urban Hell. Its 689k members share “all the hideous places human beings built or inhabit,” according to the group’s description and you can see these are not pretty.

Scroll through the real-life examples of urban hell below that reveal the dark side of modern development that often remains invisible. Psst! More urban hell examples can be found in our previous post right here.

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A Boy Gathers Recyclable Items From A Semi-Dry Drain, At Taimoor Nagar In New Delhi

A Boy Gathers Recyclable Items From A Semi-Dry Drain, At Taimoor Nagar In New Delhi

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Tamra Stiffler
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2 months ago

Oh my god.

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Magnitogorsk, One Of The Worst Polluted Cities In Russia. Only 28% Of The Children Born In The Town Are Fully Healthy

Magnitogorsk, One Of The Worst Polluted Cities In Russia. Only 28% Of The Children Born In The Town Are Fully Healthy

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Hans
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2 months ago

This isn't even urban...just hell.

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#3

Inequality In Tembisa, South Africa

Inequality In Tembisa, South Africa

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Jennifer Briscese
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2 months ago

Powerful photo

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To find out more about urban living and the downsides of it, Bored Panda reached out to Lisa Yaszek, a Regents Professor of Science Fiction Studies at Georgia Tech, where she researches and teaches science fiction as a global language crossing centuries, continents, and cultures.

“The traditional advantage of urban life is that cities are engines of technoscientific development and cultural exchange, and that is true now more than ever, as we see new megacities of 10 million or more people springing up around the world,” Lisa explained.

According to the professor, since the development of large industrial cities in the 1800s, the downsides of urban living have become increasingly evident. “Cities organized around factories and power plants tend to be environmental disasters, with clouds of pollution sometimes literally blotting out the sun and preventing the growth of anything green on the ground.”

#4

Ah Yes, Trees

Ah Yes, Trees

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Spinz
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2 months ago

They look like something...else, at first

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San Francisco, USA

San Francisco, USA

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Hans
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2 months ago

How a country with the self-understanding of being the world's leader would let this happen is beyond comprehension.

Dan Buczynski
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2 months ago

I'm pretty sure we aren't the world's leader anymore. If we are, we shouldn't be.

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RCK
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2 months ago

Unrestrained capitalism, untaxed rich, paramilitarized cops, Republican obstruction, bourgeois entitlement, lack of popular interest in the welfare if others, corporate greed, mass incarceration, unaffordable healthcare, zero mental health and drug treatment resources, gun fetishes, grotesque military spending, systemic racism, bias against women and LGBTQ+... How? That's how.

Run Forest
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2 months ago

Lmao I like how you found a way to blame Republicans but completely ignored that SF is a democratic ran city.

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Mazer
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2 months ago

This is not just in San Francisco, it’s in every single major metropolitan city in America and is the direct result of greed

GeeGee
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2 months ago

Yep, democrat-run corrupted cities

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Michael Sanders
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2 months ago

I’m a liberal, but an old school one not the ones that want to rename school named after Abraham Lincoln. And I want to say this is a complete result of liberal policies and NIMBY’s. They act like it is some sort of charity to let homeless people sleep wherever they want, yet don’t help them in any way after. San Francisco is one of the most expensive places to live on earth. And many virtue signal by protesting the 1%, but then oppose affordable housing in their neighborhoods.The state does selective decriminalization of not arresting homeless people sleeping on the street, but do nothing to help them not sleep on the street in the first place. There is a Washington Post article with the headline “ California gave people the ‘right’ to be homeless — but little help finding homes”. On this site there have been pictures of lovely lined rows of clean new tents for these people to live in without showing that just blocks away is Skid Row.

Frank Van Atta
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2 months ago

Well said.

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Jay James
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2 months ago

Compare the comments to this picture to the comments of the picture of India above.

Loty
Community Member
2 months ago

To be fair this is NOT a good representation of San Francisco. You can find garbage dumps like this one in every city in the world.

Milan
Community Member
2 months ago

I saw many of these vagrant camps in SF. I was quite shocked. And also in LA. San Francisco did not leave me feeling good. One of the few cities i do not want to go back.

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Caiman 94920
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2 months ago

Rents are ridiculous here, even if you have a job you can end up homeless, like a professor in the Bay Area who is living in her car....its going to get worse next month when the eviction moratorium ends. Even those who have been paying their rent are in jeopardy as the landlords keep raising the rent every year

The Dave
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2 months ago

Both republicans and democrats have no clue how to handle this homelessness crisis. It’s outta control.

Marika Miettinen
Community Member
2 months ago

This is so sad :/

Val xtc
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2 months ago

S**t francisco

Pilot Chick
Community Member
2 months ago

I was very surprised by the amount of homelessness I saw in San Francisco

Raven Sheridan
Community Member
2 months ago

The American dream is dead.

iblowsheep
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2 months ago

As George Carlin put it that's why it's called the American Dream because you'd have to be asleep to believe it.

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SBW71
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2 months ago

And seeing how this is and has been this way for a while just shows how well of a job Kamala Harris and Newsome have been doing (sarcastic)

GeeGee
Community Member
2 months ago

Typical democrat-run city

Linda McGuigan
Community Member
2 months ago

OMGS This reminds me of when the garbage collection in my city in 1972 I could not believe that this is San Francisco sad just plain sad

Linda McGuigan
Community Member
2 months ago

The Garbage disposal was on strike for many months our PM at the time called it the winter of Discontent we had our power turned off at 9pm but our house has a gas stove so we could get some heat )0(

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Joanne Humphreys
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2 months ago

Wtf 😶

Glynna Bowood
Community Member
2 months ago

And not just S.F. either...

Oogiebogieaugiedaddy
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2 months ago

Unreal! Looks like some of these third world countries.

Michelle Boden
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1 month ago

America is being destroyed by greed, apathy and a lack of formal education.

Bobbie Burgund
Community Member
1 month ago

PLENTY OF PEOPLE OUT OF WORK, MASK THEM UP, GIVE THEM EQUIPMENT AND START BULLDOZING

Mike Pence
Community Member
1 month ago

isnt this pelosis district ?

Baji Kimran
Community Member
1 month ago

Nancy Pelosi's district. A pre-view of what's to come for all of us.

jayden hobbie
Community Member
1 month ago

it looks like tornado just went through

Riley Quinn
Community Member
1 month ago

Dontcha just love how the USA goes about the world tooting its own horn?

Jane W.
Community Member
1 month ago

I live near San Francisco and have never seen this. I have no idea where this could be.

Annamay Gambino
Community Member
1 month ago

Our tax dollars at work

Amanda Hunter
Community Member
1 month ago

I live near SF, getting the hell out in a few months. It used to be a beautiful city. Now it's disgusting and dangerous.

Wim Cossement
Community Member
2 months ago

Isn't it one of the richest cities in the US with all those tech billionaire companies there? F*****g sad...

Talysen
Community Member
2 months ago

It’s not the countries fault. It’s the state and local liberal policies.

Wonderful
Community Member
2 months ago

There is a underpass green area by my Dr.'s office in Dallas Texas that is full of tents, mattresses, and garbage. The city put up a fence and it was knocked down within a day. Probably 60+ people living in a small patch under the highway.

MorgothBauglir
Community Member
2 months ago

Poverty is a problem. I agree. However, capitalism IS NOT THE CAUSE. In fact, it is the opposite. Capitalism has caused some of the greatest drops EVER in the poverty rate, deaths from famine, deaths from preventable disease, and child mortality. . Under capitalism, access to food and water is increasing, technology and science are increasing (and consumers capture 80-95% of the value), and life expectancy is increasing. STOP BLAMING CAPITALISM.

Cindy M
Community Member
2 months ago

Seattle, Portland, San Diego, etc....name a large city and this is what it looks like. It has all gotten so much worse since the pandemic began in March 2020 too.

Mia
Community Member
2 months ago

Ew

Fiona Drysdale
Community Member
2 months ago

It’s strange how a lot of the comments are blaming ‘liberals’ for this situation. ‘Liberals’ in America are still pretty right wing compared to the majority of right leaning parties in Europe and outside of the refugee camps (which are terrible) you don’t see this. I don’t think it liberals causing this. It’s deeper than that and I think stems for deep rooted capitalism throwing people to the kerb. And much of the drug issue is down to the health care system and big pharma getting folk hooked on awful addictive drugs for the sake of profit.

Laura Christine
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2 months ago

This breaks my heart. I love that city.

Diana Maria
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2 months ago

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Tres D
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2 months ago

Good thing they banned plastic straws!

KT
Community Member
2 months ago

the homeless/drug addicts/mentally ill and that area is flipping huge. It has even seen resurgences of rare diseases in there

Damon Tripodi
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2 months ago

#1 Best City to live in!

Eden
Community Member
2 months ago

This is not San Francisco! We have a homeless problem, we do not have garbage dumps like this in SF. This looks like the East Bay sadly.

Ivan Martin
Community Member
2 months ago

Third world scene

v
Community Member
2 months ago

What type of dead animal is laying on top of the heap directly in front of the gray tent?

Azure Adams
Community Member
2 months ago

Where in SF? This looks more like that one area in oakland/Berkeley

MRS FLASHMAN
Community Member
2 months ago

This is all over SF and Bay Area

Chris Longski
Community Member
2 months ago

One of the innumerable homeless 'camps'...

Brian Bennett
Community Member
2 months ago

I billionaires would donate to do something about this rather than museums or having sand form an exotic resort flown to your beach. Maybe an airlift of this to said beach!

Ian Campbell
Community Member
2 months ago

Shameful.

C claussen
Community Member
2 months ago

Give me a break. I live and work in San Francisco. It’s a beautiful city and doesn’t look like this at all. Where is this photo from? The city dump?

Milan
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2 months ago

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Diana Maria
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2 months ago

Pelosiville

Dan H
Community Member
2 months ago

Nancy Pelosi's area

RCK
Community Member
2 months ago

Talk to Mitch. He and the right-wing Supremes are blocking everything and turning back the clock. Grab your ankles, fascism is coming.

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C claussen
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2 months ago

Fake news people! I live here. It doesn’t look like this!!!!!!!

BorPand8
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2 months ago

You mean your neighborhood doesn't look like this?

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Jupiter Sun
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2 months ago

Banana Republic

Sharon Ingram
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2 months ago (edited)

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This is California and Dems voted FOR this. This isn’t the military’s fault. The wealthy, yes….Pelosi, Newsome, Waters….the people Californians continue to vote for.

Ellen Ranks
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2 months ago (edited)

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USA! USA! USA! A Third World country but with money.

Lululoohoo
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2 months ago

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NewScum did this.

Cuervo
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2 months ago

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This an excellent example why Re publicans should not be elected. San Francisco is run by Re publicans... wait that's not true. Its a Demo crat run city!!!

Johnnie Bravo
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2 months ago

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Behold, the future under democrat terrorist rule.

Robin Hodge
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2 months ago

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Democrat leaders = urban shithole. Any city ran by democrats ends up taxing everyone and not having s**t to show for it except nonstop invasions at our southern border. Stop blaming Trump for everything. Trump had this country in tip top shape until that moron and his idiot VP stole the election. What happened to personal responsibility? The world and the government don't owe anyone a damn thing. Get off your ass and make your life happen rather than waiting on a government handout.

Mockster
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2 months ago

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That's a Democrat city for ya

H Edwards
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2 months ago

Right, because the Republicans are the ones that take care of the homeless?

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miss miss
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2 months ago

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Democrat city

Run Forest
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2 months ago

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Oh no! SF leadership is social liberal democrats!!! Let's blame Republicans! Yeah, yeah and then we should all agree that the USA isn't the greatest country in the world all because this one s**t infested city. That is ran by social liberals. BP COMMENTS in a nutshell. Im surprised your heads didn't implode seeing this. Clowns.

Peter
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2 months ago

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This is what Democrats do to cities

LiberalDisease
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2 months ago

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Most Amerikan liberal demonrat run cesspools...sad

C claussen
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2 months ago

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FAKE NEWS. I’ve never commented on any platform before but this one angers me! This is not what San Francisco looks like!

Lululoohoo
Community Member
2 months ago

really? I'm from the Bay and have stopped venturing into SF because of this. Human feces everywhere, homelessness everywhere, needles & crack on the streets, mentally ill people screaming at you as you're walking down the street and don't even get me started in on the car break ins. People have resorted to taping SIGNS on their windows stating "please do not break my windows, there is nothing in here to take." I lived in SF and LOVED it but its just downright awful now

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This is Nancy Pelosi's district ... shows how much she cares for the People ... ZERO! :(

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Norilsk, Russia

Norilsk, Russia

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Nelson Ricardo
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2 months ago

No happiness

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Another downside is that “industrial and postindustrial cities also tend to attract disproportionate numbers of both highly skilled workers (often in finance or business) and unskilled laborers (often in factories or domestic work). As such, they make evident the very real and increasing gap between the rich and the poor.”

“Finally, cities tend to be surrounded by suburbs with single-family homes that, in theory, offer a better balance between nature and technology. In practice, however, suburbs have their own problems: their emphasis on visual uniformity is often part of a larger tendency toward cultural segregation, and the need to drive everywhere—including in and out of the city—only adds to our current environmental problems,” Lisa explained.

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A Photo Of Central Park During The Great Depression (New York, 1933)

A Photo Of Central Park During The Great Depression (New York, 1933)

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SentimentAndBadJokes
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2 months ago

Such a shocking transformation to what is is now.

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#8

Town Square In Bartoszyce (Poland) Before And After

Town Square In Bartoszyce (Poland) Before And After

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Toni
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2 months ago

why?????

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#9

Residential Building In Hong Kong, Shot By Me On 35mm Film

Residential Building In Hong Kong, Shot By Me On 35mm Film

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KJ
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2 months ago

How grim does that look, I will remain out in the countryside.

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When asked whether we can go backward and undo the harm that historic urban development practices have done to the physical world around us, Lisa said that she doesn’t think it’s possible. “But I do believe we can go forward in new ways,” she added.

“In particular, we can learn from our mistakes and rehabilitate the spaces we’ve already created, rather than simply abandoning or bulldozing over them. We can do this by either inventing new or recovering old technoscientific practices that better respect the coincidence between nature and culture and by practicing a different kind of urban design that springs from the lived reality of city-dwellers, rather than the abstract theorizing of planners and developers who often live in spaces far removed from the cities they design.”

#10

Burj Al Babas, Turkey (The Largest Ghost Town In The World)

Burj Al Babas, Turkey (The Largest Ghost Town In The World)

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KJ
Community Member
2 months ago (edited)

"where do you live", "Im in the white house with a turret".

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#11

Disgusting Canal Near My Home In Manila. I Wish People Just Would Bother To Care How Our Environment Is Dying Fast

Disgusting Canal Near My Home In Manila. I Wish People Just Would Bother To Care How Our Environment Is Dying Fast

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Caro Caro
Community Member
2 months ago

I can nearly smell it, eeeew

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#12

Ferentari, The Poorest Area Of Bucharest, Romania - Most Apartments Are Squatted And Have No Electricity, Hard To Believe This Is In The European Union

Ferentari, The Poorest Area Of Bucharest, Romania - Most Apartments Are Squatted And Have No Electricity, Hard To Believe This Is In The European Union

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Bobert Robertson
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2 months ago

Romania, as a whole, is a beautiful country, but this is sad

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Lisa explained that if this sounds like utopian science fiction, that’s because it is. “Before Lang riveted the world with his image of the city as a gray, vertical dystopia that destroys nature and literally increases the gulf between rich and poor, stories by women of color including Bengali author Rokheya Hossain’s 'Sultana’s Dream' (1905) and American writer Pauline Hopkins’s Of One Blood (1902) presented readers with an alternative to urban hell: the 'garden megacity' that runs on solar power and where the equality of all people, regardless of race or gender, is made literal through horizontal urban design.”

The professor continued: “In the 1970s, American author and New York City dweller Samuel R. Delany’s Triton and Dhalgren rebutted the narrative of 'white flight' from permanently ruined cities by celebrating the excitement he saw in the women, people of color, and LGBTQ+ people around him moving into cities and making them their own. This led Delany to imagine what he called 'heterotopian' urban spaces where people use technology and art to create so many new identities and communities that it becomes impossible for one group to economically or politically dominate another.”

#13

The Flag Of Urban Hell

The Flag Of Urban Hell

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KJ
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2 months ago

That must have taken some effort to get the trolley up there in the first place.

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#14

Las Vegas

Las Vegas

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Caro Caro
Community Member
2 months ago

They all look the same, imagine trying to find your house...

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Macau

Macau

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Ivo H
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2 months ago

I'm affraid that having this kind of appartment will soon be considered lucky.

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“More recently, works including Caribbean-Canadian author Nalo Hopkinson’s Brown Girl in the Ring (1998); Nigerian digital artist Olelekan Jeyifous’s 'Shanty Megastructures' (2015) and 'Frozen Zone' (2021), and American filmmaker Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther (2018) have created what I call a 'nutopian' tradition of speculative storytelling celebrating how indigenous peoples around the world draw and weave together their own diverse knowledge systems with Western ones to begin the long but literally fruitful process of reclaiming urban spaces and creating better futures for all,” the professor explains.

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Huntington Beach, California, During The Oil Boom Of 1928

Huntington Beach, California, During The Oil Boom Of 1928

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Brian Bennett
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2 months ago

Don't particularly like seeing oil platforms in our Oceans either!

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#17

Not Sure If This Fits The Sub, Gallons And Gallons Of Water Wasted Just To Keep Lush Green Golf Fields In The Middle Of The Desert

Not Sure If This Fits The Sub, Gallons And Gallons Of Water Wasted Just To Keep Lush Green Golf Fields In The Middle Of The Desert

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yeciye
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2 months ago

At least they got sand traps for free.

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#18

This Beautiful View From My NYC Apartment

This Beautiful View From My NYC Apartment

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ElenaK
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2 months ago

And how much does it cost? 2500 per month?

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The reason why Lisa has hope—”and the reason that all these authors have such beautiful future visions of the reclaimed city—is because real people are trying to build such futures for us now, in the real world!”

“For example, here in the U.S., urban farmers Will Allen and Emmanuel Pratt have won MacArthur 'genius' grants for their innovative use of both indigenous and Western farming practices to replace urban food deserts with locally owned food oases, while members of the Black Quantum Futurism Collective hold events to collect and share Black history and urban knowledge.”

#19

16th Century Mill Surrounded By Brand New Concrete In Seaside Bulgaria

16th Century Mill Surrounded By Brand New Concrete In Seaside Bulgaria

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Spinz
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2 months ago

Never thought I would feel bad for a mill, but here we are

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#20

Guangzhou Aerial

Guangzhou Aerial

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SentimentAndBadJokes
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2 months ago

Kinda cool photo though.

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#21

"Lying Skyscraper" In Moscow. About 736m Long

"Lying Skyscraper" In Moscow. About 736m Long

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Manndy Fisher
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2 months ago

Ah yeah.. the Soviet Union architecture..

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According to Lisa, the conversion of old rail tracks into green beltlines through cities like New York and Atlanta indicates things are taking a turn for the better. “It shows real attention to the way that people actually live in and use their cities, as well as the possibility that we can bring together nature and infrastructure in ways that benefit the many rather than just the few.”

Interestingly, this isn’t just happening in the U.S. “In Kisumu City, Kenya, the Food Liaison Advisory Group is working to reconnect the city with the larger region to ensure supplies of healthy food and give rural farmers access to wider markets, while urban dwellers in India can use the 'Clean India' app to track and help resolve sanitation issues in their own and other nearby cities,” Lisa explained and added that she can’t wait to see what kinds of new and hopefully more utopian science fictional cities these actions inspire.

#22

Intersection Of Two Avenues In Sao Paulo, Brazil

Intersection Of Two Avenues In Sao Paulo, Brazil

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Robert T
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2 months ago

And all because they couldn't follow the basic rules of a box junction - in the UK it is illegal to enter a box junction unless it is clear on the other side and you can be fined if you stop on the yellow hatchings - precisely to stop this kind of problem.

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#23

"Vertical Slum" Luanda Angola

"Vertical Slum" Luanda Angola

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ggus44
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2 months ago

Those balconies look safe, huh?

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#24

Margate, United Kingdom

Margate, United Kingdom

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Manndy Fisher
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2 months ago

Dreamland indeed

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In the not-so-distant past, urbanization was understood as this ideal mode of modern living, the one which seemed to be very efficient, orderly, and adaptable to individual needs. Most importantly, it aimed at catering to a rapidly soaring population that found itself lacking in space, infrastructure, and opportunities in suburban areas. Our economies have become more industrialized over the past few hundred years, which made people move to cities.

The United Nations (2018) predicted that by the year 2050, 68% of the global human population would live in urban areas, constantly growing in surface. And today, we no longer talk about cities, there’s a new term for cities much bigger than a 10-million population and it’s called a “megacity.” Tokyo is an example of a megacity with nearly 40 million residents.

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Children Playing Basketball Near The John E. Amos Coal-Fired Power Plant In Poca, West Virginia

Children Playing Basketball Near The John E. Amos Coal-Fired Power Plant In Poca, West Virginia

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Beth L
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2 months ago

Most of what you're seeing there is steam from the cooling towers

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#26

Distance Between Two Apartments, Guangzhou

Distance Between Two Apartments, Guangzhou

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Ivo H
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2 months ago

This is most claustrophobic and depressing photo taken outside I've ever seen.

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#27

Inequality In Mumbai, India

Inequality In Mumbai, India

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Atir Reyam
Community Member
2 months ago

Sadly, I have never seen a movie or a photo that has inspired me to want to visit India.

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#28

A Graveyard In Hong Kong

A Graveyard In Hong Kong

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Andrew Gibb
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2 months ago

It is in the dead centre of town. People are dying to visit it....🥁🥁🥁

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Bliska Wola Tower, Warsaw, Poland. Sunlight Rarely Reaches The Bottom Floors, And Some Apartments Are As Small As 18 M²

Bliska Wola Tower, Warsaw, Poland. Sunlight Rarely Reaches The Bottom Floors, And Some Apartments Are As Small As 18 M²

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Debbie Barnes
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2 months ago

You really wouldn't want to live on the ground floor, would you..

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Only Surviving Photo Of A Hoarder House Demolished Around 2007 In Nagoya, Japan

Only Surviving Photo Of A Hoarder House Demolished Around 2007 In Nagoya, Japan