An ICTA-UAB project establishes the direct relationship between green spaces and green gentrification processes in 28 cities in North America and Europe.
Across the US, cities have embraced green infrastructure as a way to mitigate flooding, excessive heat, extreme weather, and other urban hazards.
The Clean Energy Ministerial CCUS (CEM CCUS) and the Global Cement and Concrete Association (GCCA) have today, at the first-ever Global Clean Energy Action Forum (GCEAF), announced an agreement that will help scale up the deployment of carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) throughout the cement and concrete industry, in a move to stimulate innovation, investment and increase the pace of decarbonisation efforts.
Researchers at Aalto University have developed a bio-based adhesive that can replace formaldehyde-containing adhesives in wood construction.
The concrete industry is just one of many looking at new manufacturing methods to reduce its carbon footprint. These efforts are essential to fulfilling the Paris Agreement, which asks each of its signees to achieve a net-zero carbon economy by 2050.
Healthy ventilation is an important component of good indoor air quality. Measuring indoor carbon dioxide (CO2) levels is a clear and simple way to evaluate if an area is adequately ventilated.
A green cement project worth $125 million that will reduce Australian carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 300,000 tonnes per annum immediately, growing to approximately one million tonnes per annum in the future, is taking shape across Port Adelaide, Port Augusta, Port Pirie and Whyalla.
Green infrastructure can help communities adapt to climate change by lowering heat stress caused by increasing air temperatures. However, the type of vegetation has a significant impact.
Ingevity Corporation (NYSE:NGVT) today announced an environmental product declaration (EPD) was published for its Evotherm® M1 Warm Mix Asphalt (WMA) technology. The Evotherm M1 EPD distinguishes Ingevity as the firs...
Concern about climate change has focused significant attention on the buildings sector, in particular on the extraction and processing of construction materials.