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To give architecture political clout we must engage with ordinary people

The architecture and built environment sector has a poor track record in communicating with the general public, something those in power are all too aware of, writes new chair of The London Society Leanne Tritton

Decoupling of emissions from economic growth in MENA

The burning of organic materials (such as fossil fuels, wood, and waste) for heating/cooling, electricity, mobility, cooking, disposal, and the production of materials and goods (such as cement, metals, plastics, and food) leads to emissions. . . .

Democracy vital for prosperity and sustainable development

On 15 September, we are marking International Day of Democracy. Since the pillars of democracy around the world are threatened as new challenges emerge, this day is perhaps more pertinent than ever.

Recent Articles

The Economic Cost of Climate Change

The Economic Cost of Climate Change

​​​​​​​Economic models of climate change may have substantially underestimated the costs of continued warming, according to a new study involving UCL researchers.

OPEC Member Calls for Change

OPEC Member Calls for Change

Before a critical OPEC conference, Iraq’s finance minister, one of the founding members of the global oil cartel OPEC, issued an unusual plea to fellow oil producers to shift away from fossil fuel reliance and toward renewable energy.

Algeria suffers from devastating wildfires

Algeria suffers from devastating wildfires

res but faces big challenges in addressing them by António Bento-Gonçalves, University of Minho shed the light on the central area of North Africa whereas, wildfires sweep every summer, the Atlas of its millennium forestry ground cover. Life despite that carries on regardless.

Green Neighbourhoods as a Service

Green Neighbourhoods as a Service

Reducing net energy consumption in the built environment is one of the most significant and hardest problems for cities to solve to meet net zero carbon timelines. In our experience, typically, these emissions contribute 30-40% to a city’s total CO2 emissions.

Oil-rich Gulf faces prospect of unlivable heat as planet warms

Oil-rich Gulf faces prospect of unlivable heat as planet warms

France24’s story by Aziz El Massassi with AFP Correspondent in the Gulf on how Oil-rich Gulf faces prospect of unlivable heat as planet warms unabatedly up. The described scenario is no more open for debate and the likelyhood of what is advanced has great chances to happen.

 

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