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ETH Professor Eberhard Morgenroth has developed a recycling station that reuses water from showering, bathing or handwashing.
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As part of a competition hosted by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), designers were asked to create houses for workers in the Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in the capital of ...
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The total annual carbon footprint of tobacco is almost as high as the greenhouse gas emissions of Peru or Israel, according to a new study commissioned by the World Health Organization.
We have the knowledge, policies and innovation to transition to low-carbon energy. But we need political leadership and greater collaboration to make it happen.
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A recent study in the Annual Review of Environment and Resources suggests that sea level rise could hit 6 to 14 feet by 2300.
More people need more food, more energy and more infrastructure. The British broadcaster and naturalist is turning his attention to a growing global problem.
Diane Hoskins discusses how cities can work to provide sustainable, yet innovative design to our cities.