Cyber-attacks on infrastructure services are on the rise. Hackers are exploiting the use of Internet of Things technology to disrupt critical systems.
Coastal states such as Florida experience more hurricane impacts than other states and thus the greatest labor market disruptions from these disasters.
Hydrogen can replace fossil fuels – from steel production to transportation – but to make decarbonization a reality we need cross-sector collaboration.
Tuscon, Arizona saw its third-wettest monsoon in history this year. This served as a benefit to nearby ecosystems, but they're becoming harder to track.
Cycling is important to help reduce the CO2 emissions from a city's public transport network - as well as improving the health and wellbeing of its citizens.
Cities have a major role to play in the race to reach net zero – and plans must include decarbonising existing infrastructure. Here's how they can do it.
Klaus Hans Jacob, a geophysicist and flood expert, explains the flood risk to underground transportation systems and what planners and engineers can do.
Vital infrastructure is often built on existing settlements in cities, but how can we safeguard against key environmental, social and livelihood issues?
New research looks at how ants build their nests and examines possible implications and applications for human-sized construction projects.
Pavements heat up cities, by re-emitting solar radiation from the sun. Researchers at MIT have created 'cool pavements' that reflect more solar radiation and emit less heat.
HYBRIT delivered the first fossil-free steel to a customer in Sweden, only a year after starting test operations at its pilot plant in Lulea.
Ingka Group, the owner of most IKEA stores, is partnering with companies to sell renewable electricity in Sweden in a bid to make IKEA 'climate positive'
The US Senate has passed the $1 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, promising vital investment in areas from roads, broadband access and drinking water.
New IMF research shows the potential of public infrastructure spending to create jobs and how the impact varies in different country income groups.
There is debate on infrastructure investment as a means of sustained growth, but returns are realized over long time periods and promise to improve quality of life for all citizens.