Fueled by the concerns about the depletion of the ozone layer, air pollution and other environmental issues, many cities around the world are turning to vertical gardens.
For years, Chinese city planners have prioritised cars, but they’re now taking a different route, writes Liu Shaokun.
Giant London fatberg converted into biofuel.
At the Web Summit Thomas Ermacora highlighted several key trends showing the low-carbon transformation cities are undertaking.
Seattle. Photo credit: C40 Cities. By Frances Downy The C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, now in its 10th year, connects more than 80 of the world’s greatest cities, representing more […]
By Matt Mellen Politicians and heads of energy corporations present “the lights going out” as a potentially cataclysmic future scenario and as motivation for fracking the English countryside. Underlying this […]