Urban areas could benefit hugely from this algae curtain that can help reduce carbon emissions.
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Production company offers audiences the chance to learn more about one of the most infamous estates in the capital city.
A new app empowers women in Brazil by recording gender-based violence in public spaces.
The design for a new building in southern Germany features QR codes and a public walkway through the middle
French startup is using hydroponic techniques to bring organic farming into abandoned urban areas.
An architect has been commissioned to design a city in China to beat pollution, which will be completed in the next three years.
Thyssenkrupp has developed a new elevator technology that could help cater for 70 percent more people living in cities by the end of the century.
A German startup has devised an Internet of Things green space that is monitored electronically and removes pollution from the urban environment.
London-based site is creating an online community that combines social enterprise and entertainment.
San Francisco startup has launched a software which aims to crack down on drivers texting behind the wheel by offering citizens money for their video evidence.
Dutch city of Utrecht is pioneering a new system called Flo, which detects cyclists’ speeds and advises on whether to speed up or slow down to make the green lights.
Estonian-based Teleport uses AI to rank cities against a user’s preferences to provide recommendations for a potential move, including day-to-day cost of living.
In Medellin, a Colombian enterprise is encouraging low wage earning travellers to recycle by offering top ups on their travelcard in exchange for their waste plastic.
Boston is furthering its credentials as an eco and visitor friendly city with the Soofa sign and bench. Both are solar powered, and provide e-ink information.
Yellow Backie is an Amsterdam initiative which encourages visitors to get a free ride on the luggage rack of a local’s bicycle.
An ingenious community campaign punishes visitors who relieve themselves on the neighbourhood’s streets.