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As Japan looks to restart another reactor, global nuclear generation is growing.
A new survey asks - what's the future of infrastructure?
The Dutch capital is trying to catch and collect plastic waste near the source.
When it comes to natural disasters, information sharing is paramount to overcome adversity, so why when it comes to cybersecurity is data hoarded by companies and governments?
From the involvement of big players to the game-changing potential of battery technology, the circular economy is still overhauling its thinking.
A government campaign has successfully tackled the country's toilet problem 'before the flush' – now the focus is on better and more adaptable sewage infrastructure
High-level radioactive waste is usually spent fuel from nuclear reactors or the residues resulting from reprocessing that fuel. This waste is so potent that it must be isolated from human...
Like climate change, when it comes to addressing water levels, the biggest hurdles aren’t scientific — they are political, economic and social.
Great roads and airports are among the factors that have propelled Singapore to the top spot in the latest Global Competitiveness Report – let’s look at some others.
It is far too easy to view scarcity and poor quality of water as issues solely affecting emerging economies. In reality, as cases in the US and elsewhere prove, these issues are going to ...
Techniques used include 3D printed ceilings, energy-efficient walls, timber beams and a smart home system.
Just before 7am on September 29, 2009, a magnitude 8 earthquake struck the sea floor in the central South Pacific, about 190km south of Samoa.
As climate change reshapes our world, it is increasingly important to deliver new strategies that provide sustainable infrastructure
As Hurricane Dorian demonstrated last week in the Bahamas and elsewhere, catastrophe can strike without warning with devastating force. How can companies prepare to respond when that happ...
Simply calling for “more infrastructure” is worse than insufficient. When it suggests more of the same, it’s simply wrong