While the coronavirus pandemic appears to have overshadowed the issues and reflections related to climate change, Miami Beach artists, architects, scientists, conservationists and city officials are teaming up to create an underwater sculpture garden to form an artificial coral...
Over the last few decades, car manufacturers have gone to great lengths to demonstrate that they understand the threat their products pose to society by promoting “greener” vehicles at motor shows or advertising that their huge concern for our wellbeing, especially that...
Air pollution costs the average European city resident €1,276 per year, according to the largest study of its kind. The report for the European Public Health Alliance (EPHA) quantifies the monetary value of premature death, medical treatment, lost working days...
The New European Bauhaus is part of the NextGenerationEU, the 750 million euro plan launched by the European Union to promote recovery, especially in consideration of the effects of the pandemic on the territory. Based on the principles of Gropius's...
Researchers have begun to see a spike in the number of discarded surgical masks washing up on Hong Kong beaches since the COVID-19 pandemic began at the end of 2019. Saanich researcher Teale Phelps Bondaroff works as the director...
Graphene asphalt experimentation starts in Milan: Iterchimica, an Italian company which is world leader in the field of asphalt additives, together with the Metropolitan City of Milan will carry out the reconstruction of a section of the SP35 Milano-Meda and of a...
Europe says stop to the use of disposable plastic. The European Parliament approved a package of measures that will ban disposable items by 2021. The new directive become definitive in 2021 and prohibit Member States to use a series of disposable plastic items...
By 2050 we may have 30% less polar bears. The main cause is the climate change caused by human activities, which is making its habitat increasingly fragile. The survival of this majestic species is seriously threatened. The WWF remembers...
Municipal fruit trees where everyone can harvest blueberries, blackberries and apples for free. The idea is being developed in Copenhagen, where the local administration aims to plant fruit trees and bushes that provide edible berries throughout the city. The...
They help mitigate the summer heat, regulate the flow of rainwater, increase the value of buildings, absorb CO2 thus counteracting climate change, retain numerous pollutants, contain atmospheric and acoustic pollution, create precious shaded areas, are ideal habitat for many...

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