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How the Circular Economy Can Tackle Today’s Global Challenges

How the Circular Economy Can Tackle Today’s Global Challenges

“Waste is a design flaw” - Sophie Thomas

In our last article, we looked at the benefits that adopting a sustainable approach to city dwelling had on the environment and population. We now look at one of the key economic strategies being heralded as a solution to creating a financially and environmentally sustainable future for us all.

Climate Change - Are there causes for optimism?

Climate Change - Are there causes for optimism?

As we have described in previous articles, the challenges posed by climate change are immense. The rising global temperatures and changes to weather patterns are impacting us in a host of ways. However, unlike the 1970s, we are both fully aware of the challenges we are facing, and critically, are making fundamental changes to our infrastructure.

How our cities are creating a sustainable and healthy human environment.

How our cities are creating a sustainable and healthy human environment.

Our cities have always been in a constant state of transition. The recent environmental and climate challenges have given a new impetus to examine the urban infrastructure and environment from a human perspective. The city dweller’s health, both mental and physical, is being placed at the forefront of city design and adaptation.

How Our Cities Are Becoming More Sustainable

How Our Cities Are Becoming More Sustainable

A great city is not to be confused with a populous one. - Aristotle

We now take a closer look at the infrastructure challenges, and solutions facing our cities and urban environments in their journey towards carbon neutrality.

It is estimated that by 2050, two thirds of the world’s population will live in cities, consuming up to 75% of the world’s natural resources, while producing 50% of global waste

The Growing World of Urban Agriculture

The Growing World of Urban Agriculture

“Farming is a profession of hope.” - Brian Brett.

In our previous article we examined the challenges facing the adoption of a sustainable transportation system using electric vehicles, and some of the technical challenges that were being addressed. In the next series of articles we turn our attention to the urban environment, including its infrastructure and transportation. 


The Road to a New Thinking in Transport Power

The Road to a New Thinking in Transport Power

In our previous article on climate change, we examined the technology, and alternatives behind the production of our food. We now turn our attention to the future of our transport.

The Race to Create Super-Crops

The Race to Create Super-Crops

As part of our series of articles on the effect of climate change, we look at the recent push by the UK government to allow gene-edited crops to be grown in both England and Scotland that has met some resistance from the Scottish government.

The Strategy of Climate Change - part 2

The Strategy of Climate Change - part 2

In our previous article on climate change, we looked into the local-level strategy that the UK government is adopting to create a more sustainable future. We now turn our gaze to the global story.

The Strategy of Climate Change

The Strategy of Climate Change

In our previous article on climate change, we examined how temperatures and weather are changing on a global scale. We will now look into how governments are reacting to this change.

The Dawn of a new Climate

The Dawn of a new Climate

When Voltaire said, “men argue, nature acts”, he would not have known about the twenty-six global climate summits that have occurred since 1995, or the 20cm rise in sea levels since 1870.

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