There are many arguments as to why urban developments need to engage with their local communities. Harnessing local knowledge and the experience of people who ⇢
Author - Peter Koekoek
The 21 February 2017 edition of our weekly State Of The Planet press review with some of the latest climate science, innovation and policy headlines.
A railway operator famous for running its trains on 100 per cent renewable electricity is investing in the winners of Elon Musk’s hyperloop competition ⇢
The complete removal of subsidies on the production of fossil fuels would cut a huge amount of greenhouse gasses between now and 2050, a new study confirms.
Engineers preparing the launch of Europe’s new climate data satellite have made improvements to its solar panels.
A new building in Copenhagen is covered by 12,000 colourful solar tiles, making it one of the largest building-integrated solar power plants in Denmark.
The Valentine's Day 2017 edition of our weekly State Of The Planet press review with some of the latest climate science, innovation and policy headlines.
As the EU's science commissioner says he might join the March for Science, a French presidential candidate calls on US climate innovators to move to Europe.
Honda is letting floating children's heads introduce its new fuel cell-powered electric car, and it's not as crazy as it sounds.
The largest and first-of-its-kind coalition of cities committed to fighting climate change is expanding to India in 2017.