Creating a livably city or community is the art of striking the right balance between social, cultural, and physical parameters. This takes a multidisciplicary approach. Learn about Ramboll’s take on liveable cities presented by the Director of our Liveable Cities Lab, Herbert Dreiseitl.
The Australian band, Formidable Vegetable Sound System, released a new song on Friday to celebrate the United Nations' World Environment Day 2015. The track, titled “Limits”, is a call to reduce the human impact on the planet and will support the theme of WED 2015 which is 'Seven Billion Dreams. One Planet. Consume with Care.’
World Environment Day is Saturday 6th June. A Progressio ICS team in El Salvador show us how they are working with the community to reduce waste by using eco construction and empowering others to do the same
On the 5th June each year, the United Nations celebrates World Environment Day and in 2015, the theme is 7 billion dreams; one planet; consume with care. In the context of our ever-growing global population, this is a timely topic. As we celebrate this year’s World Environment Day, we ask the simple question: "How can we do more, with less?"
Climate Action and UNEP hosted the Sustainable Innovation Forum Stakeholder Launch during Paris Climate Week at the Shangri-La Hotel on 21 May
Climate Action spoke to Alessandra Marinheiro, CEO for ContourGlobal Latam, at the SIF14 at COP20 in Lima about global sustainable energy solutions
Ron Cotterman, Vice-President, Sustainability of Sealed Air Corporation, responsible for Sealed Air’s company-wide strategy in sustainable business practices, spoke to Climate Action at the Sustainable Innovation Forum 2014 about ways of tackling climate change alongside governments and civil society.
Glenn Schmidt, Head of Steering Government Affairs at BMW Group, spoke at the Sustainable Innovation Forum 2014 at COP20 in Peru about the sustainable transport solutions for smart cities
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