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Mexico City is infamous for it’s air pollution. However a new initiative has seen the growth of a number of azoteas verdes – green roofs around [...]

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100,000 people are being moved from the Chinese, Three Gorges Dam because of land slides and bank collapses near the dam. Also the resivour rises and falls so there is some [...]

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The small town of St Asaph was, today, named a town to help celebrate the queen’s 60th jubilee. The town of 3,500 is located in northern Wales. The [...]

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Japan One Year On.

On March 11, 2012 By

Today is one year on from the Japanese earthquake and tsunami. Today there are many mourners around the country remembering some of those 16000 people who lost [...]

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Plans for the biggest new town in Britain since Milton Keynes have been resubmitted, for Northstowe, 6 miles n-w of Cambridge

The town, which could take 20 years [...]

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Which is the biggest city in the world? And why is such a simple question so difficult to answer?

If you search on the internet for the [...]

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The buildings we create have a massive impact on our planet and its resources. Buildings alone use up 50% of the worlds water, energy and materials whilst are [...]

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Some excellent statistics from Brazil comparing life in the slums and rural areas.

A report about the 6% of Brazil’s population from the Brazilian Institute of Geography and [...]

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