Almost half the population of the European Union lives in apartments, with only seven even out of 10 people in the EU member states owning their property.
As Latin America and the Caribbean emerge from the pandemic, the region's governments must address uneven and costly digital access for an inclusive and resilient recovery.
Aidia Studio created the lattice design for Tulum's extreme climate, including non-mechanical ventilation to cope with the town's very hot weather.
Buildings are erected to withstand a range of conditions. Climate change will mean these parameters are exceeded more often and to a far greater degree.
The housing deficit is expected to reach 1.6 billion people in 2025, with new and innovative technologies, like 3D printing arising to help tackle it.
The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism has recently said that a clear majority of people want their news sources to be neutral and objective.
Every day around 40,000 people move to one of Africa's cities. This company can 3D-print homes following an affordable, low-carbon process.
A giant magnet is on its way to France to become the core of a reactor that could unlock the potential of clean, zero carbon nuclear fusion power.
Replacing one of concrete’s main ingredients with volcanic rock could cut carbon emissions by nearly two-thirds, a new study says.
Steel is the foundation of our buildings, vehicles, and industries, with 1,864 million metric tons of crude steel produced in 2020, according to the World Steel Association.
An expert has analyzed how tropical storms form and what causes them to become destructive; emphasizing the need for all vulnerable areas to be prepared.
This World Bank's Resilience Booster Tool is designed to drive climate action and provide support to vulnerable communities.
After the Colonial Pipeline hack, Radio Davos talks ransomware with this senior US security official and experts from the Forum's Centre for Cybersecurity.
Road crashes are the result of a systematic failure to sufficiently value safety as part of mobility.
A new pedestrian suspension bridge called '516 Arouca' has opened in the Arouca Geopark of northern Portugal and claims to be the longest in the world.