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For many people, COVID-19 has changed how they view their home and what they're looking for from its design. This is how architects are responding.
Giving heatwaves names could help people understand the threat they pose, a move which could save lives, according to heat experts.
COVID-19 has exacerbated the weaknesses of health systems, especially in cities. This initiative is tackling disease risk and healthcare access in three.
Just as the Spanish flu gave us the vanity room, which originated as a hand-washing basin just inside the home, COVID-19 will influence innovation in home design.
Nearly a quarter of workers have left a job because of the commute. Here's how we can create safer, greener, more dignified journeys for everyone after COVID-19.
An urban epidemiologist from Cambridge University explains how a global Marshall Plan can improve planetary health, safeguarding the future of fast-growing cities.
Coronavirus stimulus measures should focus on projects that not only grow the economy, but also anticipate the impact of future risks like climate change.
Here's how the COVID-19 crisis drove mobility innovation in Israel - and what's needed to keep that innovation going.
A global poll by Gallup has revealed that one billion people worldwide fear losing their home or land within the next five years.
With social distancing measures and face mask use helping ease lockdown restrictions, EU-wide coordinated economic stimulus could aid the recovery further.
With traffic pollution stretching city transport infrastructure to the limit, drone technology could alleviate traffic, supply chain and disaster response complications.
Could the pandemic kickstart a societal change where people take more time outside? A rise in active lifestyles has already been seen, with an influx of cycling in cities.
New York City has started to lift some restrictions, with shops, restaurants and hairdressers reopening - although some social distancing measures remain.