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In post-COVID Latin America, investment in infrastructure can bring back tourism as well as rebuild the economy, says a new World Economic Forum report.
A new World Economic Forum report provides a blueprint for 15 nature-positive transitions that could generate $10.1 trillion and create 395 million jobs.
When choosing historical figures to memorialize we have to be ruthless with the truth, says the designer at the Smithsonian National Museum for African American History and Culture.
How can we encourage commuters to use buses, trains and subways again in the wake of COVID-19? New surveys reveal the most popular safety steps around the world.
Bangkok has unveiled it's new 'Phra Pok Klao Sky Park' built on an unused railway line, to boost wellbeing and mitigate the effects of climate change.
Cities are especially vulnerable to COVID-19. Knowledge sharing, tech and innovative design will help them survive and thrive in the post-pandemic world.
As COVID-19 threatens less developed countries, collective intelligence and technology can help by offering insight into the pandemic and how to respond.
As buildings remain empty during lockdown, there is concern about how water built up in pipes will affect our health when we finally return to work.
The US needs to reform the way it builds bridges and roads to boost the economy as it confronts a coronavirus slump.
From the boom in online shopping to whether you can catch COVID-19 from a parcel, here's a comprehensive look at how postal services are responding to the crisis.
Women use more different forms of transport than men and break up their trips more – which could lead to new opportunities for transport providers
The dynamic nature of the cyberthreats to critical infrastructure means stakeholders must work together to develop their defences. Here are three main areas they should focus on.
From ride-hailing apps to electric autonomous vehicles, mobility is attracting significant interest from investors.
The social enterprise Doh Eain in Yangon, Myanmar, is repurposing alleyways into clean, colourful public spaces.
It is possible to have buildings that do not emit carbon. Here are some striking examples from around the world.