The people of Taiperia Village are living on the edge of land and sea, but Fiji's town councils are helping vulnerable settlements by strengthening both natural and built infrastructure.
The research uncovers huge disparity between cities across the world, with London taking the top spot as the most expensive city.
The Danish capital has committed to completely removing the city's 2 million tons of carbon footprint, even as the city continues to grow, with 100,000 new inhabitants and 20,000 jobs.
From China to India, across Europe and the Americas, cycling is hugely popular. Here’s a reminder - on Bike to Work Day 2019 - of what makes it great and what some countries and cities ar...
The UK capital is planting a wildflower-rich highway to support pollinating insects, whose numbers are plummeting.
The fragment was just 50 to 80m wide, but would create more energy than multiple nuclear bombs on impact.
Around 1486, the Renaissance man began to work out an “ideal city” project, but it was so expensive, it was never built.
Amid crime and gangs, Kenya's young people are turning to gardening and green spaces for a better quality of life.
A stretch of German highway has just been given overhead power lines to power hybrid trucks over a distance of 6.2 mile (10 km).
After many decades of slow decline, America's rural areas continue to struggle from population decline and unemployment. What's needed is policy which actively seeks to address the issues...
The small island nations of the Pacific will be the worst affected by the negative effects of climate change in years to come. Now, to combat their vulnerability, they are building resili...
Liveability rankings can be important in influencing movement of businesses and people to cities around the world. But how do we ensure they are accurate and reflective of reality?
The New York City Council has passed the world's "largest single carbon reduction effort that any city, anywhere, has ever put forward".
Smart city projects are usually run by politicians, consultants, academics and tech companies. But this neglects the most important people of all.
More than 450,000 commuters and shoppers pass through South Africa's Warwick Junction marketplace every day, but behind the colourful stalls is a deeper story of transformation.