Climate Change

How The Underestimated Mangrove Forests Can Help Bring Environmental Sustainability?

We, humans, have mostly built things which disturb the natural ecological balance of our Earth. Fortunately, we are now acting against our interference with...

A League Of Global Giants Comes Forward To Support Caribbean With...

The climate in the Caribbean region is “unfamiliar”, “unpredictable”, and “urgent” as explained by Dr. Michael Taylor, Physicist at the University Of the West...

Green Technologies Eliminating Carbon Footprint

Understanding the concept of carbon footprint According to the Encyclopedia Britannica, carbon footprint is basically the amount of carbon dioxide emitted in the environment by...

Urban Heat Island Effect – Smart Cities Need To Become Cool...

The term ‘Heat Island Effect’ has been around since 19th century when urbanisation gained momentum and towns started emerging into metropolitan cities. Today, the...

Innovation to Combat Climate Change – From the Tech Companies to...

The year 2017 has indeed witnessed a whole lot of phenomenal initiatives across the world carried forward by governments, tech companies, academia, and...

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How Smart Cities Are Solving Traffic Congestion Problem?

Advanced Traffic Management – A Key To Getting Rid Of Red Lights

Traffic congestion is perhaps the worst of the scenarios seen in the cities. When we visualise the...
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The Smartest Cities Work Cross-Departmentally

While many cities look far and wide for ways in which they can increase their efficiency through...
Google Map - An Innovative Solution To Enhance Accessibility In Smart Cities

New Ways Making Smart Cities More Accessible – Open Google Maps

Whether you are driving to an unknown city or trying to explore a new eatery in your...
Will Hydrogen Fuel Cell Bicycles Replace The Electric Battery Bike?

Are Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles Going To Take Over The Battery Fleet?

Urban carbon emission is destroying the green layer of earth, hence, automobile engineers and innovators are recurrently...