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Evidence is emerging that U.S. cities' population are starting to grow in numbers again, following declines during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The novel 3D weaving technology could create temporary additions to buildings to respond to weather changes, such as balconies or louvres.
To drive better governance and urban services for their citizens, Indian cities need to generate, capture, analyse and share better data.
Scientists at Purdue University in the US say they’ve created an ultra-white paint that can cool buildings by reflecting up to 98% of sunlight.
A new initiative is rebuilding Afghanistan's roads to make them safer for cyclists, while supporting local businesses and creating job opportunities.
This is how the real estate industry can transition to a future where buildings are liveable, sustainable, resilient and affordable.
Singapore is utilising floating solar farms and vertical panels to increase its clean-energy supplies due to a lack of space in the highly populated city.
This research visualises the rural equivalent of heavily populated areas in America such as New York, offering a different perspective of the country.
Deep beneath London, is the world’s first underground farm, which is pioneering a zero-carbon way to feed our growing population.
We can make our spaces more liveable, sustainable, resilient and affordable by leveraging technology, rethinking design and improving community engagement
The research method used could be applied to a range of urban settings across the world and emphasizes the functionality of a neighborhood’s elements.
The Tengah eco-development will feature abundant green space and a car-free town centre to make it more sustainable and improve residents’ quality of life.
There is a lack of data on rising air pollution in cities worldwide – but a new London scheme shows how low-cost monitors can plug that gap and help us improve air quality
New research shows how clean air policy-making generates significant economic and health benefits – and why local and national authorities must act now.
The rise of online shopping is generating ever more deliveries. Now these Dutch cities are making van drivers go green by banning fossil-fuel vehicles.