Bill Gates brought a jar of human waste to an event in China showcasing the results of his Foundation's challenge to find a new way of dealing with our waste.
Trade and infrastructure look set to be key economics topics once the new congress is sworn in.
Puerto Rico should break, once and for all, its needless dependence on fossil fuels. Here's how it can do it.
Bill Gates believes we can start a third wave of poverty reduction - and eradicate extreme poverty.
Joao Gomes pinpoints the origins of the decline of private investment in infrastructure and considers how we need to do things differently.
Africa's surge in economic growth is prompting a re-think of the region's potential for long-term future investment.
The garden will allow female refugees to produce vegetables and herbs for their growing catering company, Soufra.
Without a global transformation, the world will warm by 1.5°C in a little over a decade. To prevent this, we need to shift to low-carbon, high-resilience infrastructure.
The World Bank's annual Doing Business report shows that New Zealand is the best country to do business with.
In 35 years, Melbourne has transformed from a dying city into one of the world’s most vibrant urban centres. But it faces challenges in adapting to its rapid growth.
Across Jordan's capital city, Amman, buildings are turning to renewable sources and green alternatives.
A new technological leap forward in the property sector is creating confident businesses, effective governments and safe citizens, says Jeremy Kelly of cities research centre JLL.
Luanda, Angola, will join the list thanks to its rapidly growing population, which is expected to increase by 60% between 2017 and 2030.
Hunger kills more people than AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria combined. But there are some basic things we can do to help feed the world.
Malaysia has become a leading alternative destination for plastic rubbish after China's ban on waste imports.