The 15 fastest-growing cities in the world are all in Africa, and are set to double in size by 2035.
Cement is a low-cost building material but a major contributor to CO2 emissions. Could a new technique developed by researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder help provide a more s...
By 2050, it's estimated 68% of the global population will live in urban areas, causing a rise in mental and physical health problems. But there are ways to lessen the effects.
There are about 4,000 stores selling pre-owned items in the country – and their popularity endures as more people consider the environmental impact of their lifestyles.
Modern slavery is a market failure that can be addressed with the use of AI and satellite imaging technology to identify global risks and violations.
Synergy between sectors will inspire change: electricity; water and wastewater; heating; cooling and transport.
A global movement is championing wood as a building material that not only looks beautiful but also can reduce our impact on the environment.
Mid-sized cities with environmental resilience will be the target of much of the year's US$750 billion commercial property investment.
We have the knowhow to build the resilient, sustainable cities we need - but grasping this opportunity will require a new approach to collaboration between all stakeholders
Cities around the world can improve the health of their residents – plants, animals and humans – by implementing programmes to boost biodiversity.
Around the world, former industrial areas are being repurposed as beautiful green spaces to benefit urban residents and the planet.
From connected corridors to shared shuttles, this is what tomorrow's urban transport could look like.
A city that was once on its knees has become a model for successful urban transformation.
Simple household recycling isn't enough – only systematically decoupling the economy from resource use can save the planet.
The idea that young people’s intelligence and ethics are in decline is based on perception rather than science.