The wetter the better. From sponge cities in China to ‘berms with benefits’ in New Jersey and floating container classrooms in the slums of Dhaka, we look at a range of projects that treat storm water as a resource rather than a hazard
The Paris agreement was a breakthrough, but it is up to all of us to act as guardians of these new standards – and of our future
April 22, 2016 — Last December, world leaders convened in Paris in an extraordinary effort to find a global solution for reducing destructive carbon emissions – the indisputable driver of climate change – and to prevent our planet from a destructive 2°C increase Continue reading Five ways to deliver on the Paris climate talks→
WASHINGTON (Feb. 17, 2016) — Apple has issued $1.5 billion in bonds dedicated to financing clean energy projects across its global business operations, the largest green bond to be issued by a U.S. corporation, the company’s head of environmental policy said Wednesday.
LoveYourself Uni also functions as a community center where people can hang out in a safe, non-judgmental environment
MANILA, Philippines (Feb. 16, 2016) — The significant number of new human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infections clustering around young men who have sex with men (MSM) between the ages 12 to 29 calls for interventions that target this demographic.
A look at advanced technologies that Japan uses to protect its buildings
TOKYO, Japan (Feb. 8, 2016) — Shocking images of a Taiwan apartment complex felled like a tree by a magnitude 6.4 earthquake have highlighted what is needed to build a structure that can withstand seismic shocks.