Big Innovation in World’s Smaller Smart Cities
Some of the world’s biggest and best-known cities have taken steps to become “smarter,” using the latest technology to most effectively operate services and reserves to benefit inhabitants.Ca m'intéresse
Towards a carbon neutral agriculture
According to the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, by 2050 more than 66% of the 9 billion people on earth will live in cities, up from 43% today. That’s nearly 3 billion more city dwellers than in 2020. This growing urban population will mean that more food will have to be produced as close to cities as possible and with cleaner and cleaner energy.Ca m'intéresse
About Covid19, a message from Michael Webber, Chief Science & Technology...
Because the headlines each day give startling numbers and a lot of bad news, it is easy to lose sight of our situation. However, I am an optimist so I think we have much to be thankful for.Ca m'intéresse
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