There is a new movement sweeping the world leaving fields untilled with an almost evangelistic fervor.
Water scarcity is both a natural and a human-made phenomenon. There is enough freshwater on the planet for seven billion people but it is distributed unevenly and too much of it is wasted, polluted and unsustainably managed.
Roads made out of plastic…… not possible……..the Dutch have other ideas and there is a ready made source floating in our oceans
What happens when you introduce green technology which embeds self-activating bacteria into concrete? It becomes self-healing and three UK universities are actively working towards bringing this science to life.
7 Astonishing Abandoned Projects” Surreal Riveted Sea Forts Once Protected the Kent Shores from German Attack”
Abandoned projects including building, engineering and infrastructure development projects litter the whole of the world.
London Mayor Boris Johnson has said £1.3tn of investment is needed in the capital over the next 35 years in order for London to retain its world class status.
Manoj Bhargava, CEO of 5-Hour Energy, Will Bring Renewable Energy To His Home Country
Small projects often embody more innovation than larger more costly or high profile ones.
Project Journal identifies a handful of megaprojects initiatives that are physical, very expensive, and public.
The Barclays Centre situated in Brooklyn has a green roof which has finally sprouted. Plans for the green roof have been on and off for years. The project has seen its full share of difficulty.