The dream of integrated transportation for cities is today within reach. A new report from the World Economic Forum and Deloitte outlines the challenges and choices involved
Huge growth in India is increasing pollution, sanitation and water shortage problems as it seeks to become a $US 5 trillion economy by 2025.
A global movement is championing wood as a building material that not only looks beautiful but also can reduce our impact on the environment.
Affordable housing is an issue around the world and business leaders are being urged to take a holistic approach to tackling the issue.
What might seem outlandish today could be commonplace tomorrow - and mobility is no exception. These are the trends shaping a very different future for mobility around the world
We have the knowhow to build the resilient, sustainable cities we need - but grasping this opportunity will require a new approach to collaboration between all stakeholders
Cities around the world can improve the health of their residents – plants, animals and humans – by implementing programmes to boost biodiversity.
From the start of 2020, California will enforce a law ensuring that any new built home must include enough solar panels to power it sufficiently.
The space, atop one of Thailand's oldest universities, mimics rice terraces and can help curb some of the impacts of climate change, say landscapers.
Homelessness is on the rise, but innovative approaches to fixing the root causes are showing signs of success.
Population growth, more intense rainfall and melting ice are likely to cause more frequent and severe floods.
While livestock takes up 77% of the world’s agricultural land, it only produces 18% of the world’s calories and 37% of total protein.
From street sensors that reduce collisions and congestion, to heated pavements that melt snow - data is driving urban improvements. But citizens need a meaningful role in evaluating data ...
Around the world, former industrial areas are being repurposed as beautiful green spaces to benefit urban residents and the planet.
Cities on a digital path to a greener future risk excluding the poor, elderly and disabled - and women need a bigger voice as well.