Scottish Water’s circular economy exploits
Aug16

Scottish Water’s circular economy exploits

Scottish Water, which provides water and wastewater services to 2.49 million households and 152,000 businesses across Scotland, is contributing towards the development of a circular economy. Scottish Water’s 3Rs In the circular economy, products and materials are kept in a high-value state for as long as possible, then recovered and regenerated at the end of each service life. This ‘reduce, reuse, recycle’ (3R) model contrasts...

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Building a resilient NYC
Aug09

Building a resilient NYC

Globally, cities are facing increasing risks brought by climate change including more frequent and severe floods, droughts and heat waves, as well as sea level rise. As such, cities will need to become resilient to a variety of climatic risks, where climate resilience is the capacity of a system to absorb stresses imposed by climate variability and climate change. In a climate resilient city, both the population and infrastructure...

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Helsinki’s Cool Green Factor
Aug02

Helsinki’s Cool Green Factor

Helsinki has released its new City Plan which sets the direction of the city’s growth over the next 30 years and beyond, all the while considering an increasing population and climate change. Over the next 30 years, Helsinki’s population is expected to increase from 621,000 to over 800,000 inhabitants. With urban development commonly reducing the number of green areas in cities, Helsinki’s urban areas will be more prone to climatic...

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