Urbanization

Construction and Demolition, and how to guide, approach to a circular economy.

Introduction Global urbanization has accelerated human population expansion in recent decades, requiring more material resources. Construction uses 32% of natural resources (Yeheyis et al., 2012). However, this figure is lower than in the 1990s (40%) (Rees, 2010); it is estimated that over 75% of building waste has a residual value and is not presently utilized…

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How would Hydrogen Infrastructures, accomplish hitting the fundamentals of the 2050 sustainable target?

Introduction Governments all across the world keep on looking at hydrogen Infrastructures for the right blend of future vehicle technologies that will empower extended individual portability and freight transport with close to zero discharges. This advanced step toward zero emanations is spurred by the concurrent drivers of further improving air quality, protecting against increased environmental…

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Urban regeneration projects, life improvement, and a driver for growth.

Introduction Urban regeneration includes the investment of private and public cash into regions needing enduring improvement. Generally, there are three kinds of urban regeneration: Economic  Environmental  Cultural/Social  Various urban regeneration interventions are done for different purposes. Such as:  Improving the housing conditions to satisfy the residents’ basic shelter needs Making regions more alluring to occupants…

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Infrastructure spending for small rural clusters. Waste of public money or Social Value?

If you have read our recent blogs, you may know that previously we talked about how it is justified to spend ample money on Infrastructure spending in rural clusters. Today we intend to talk more about it but from different perspectives. By seeing the role of rural clusters in driving rural development we presented the…

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Is it worth the tag-price of infrastructure in small rural clusters?

Introduction Rural regions cover 75% of the European Union’s territory region and are clearly the foundation of Europe’s primary area. Nonetheless, they generally confront various huge difficulties, like low approach to business sectors, absence of infrastructure, the restricted scope of services, restricted job opportunities, labor provision, and a higher danger of deprivation and social prohibition….

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