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Toward a Global Treaty on Plastic Waste
If there are any geologists in millions of years, they will easily be able to pinpoint the start of the so-called Anthropocene – the geological age during which humans became the dominant influence on our planet’s environment. Wherever they look, they will find clear evidence of its onset, in the form of plastic waste.
We are now in the final days of the industrial age. Just as the second generation of steam engines propelled the Industrial Revolution forward, so, too, are new technologies advancing today’s digital revolution. But as technology races ahead of us, it is difficult to anticipate what the future holds.
A Scientific Method for the SDGs
In just the latest example of popular support for science, tens of thousands of people around the world recently marched to advocate for a worldview based on facts, not fiction. They understand that science could actually save the world, because it can help us solve our greatest health and development problems.
Sustainable income is key in more urban service: Rezapoor
Karaj municipality financial deputy said that resistive economy can be a good plan for cost amendment.
The Right to Agricultural Technology
In the 1960s, when biologist Paul Ehrlich was predicting mass starvation due to rapid population growth, plant breeder Norman Borlaug was developing the new crops and approaches to agriculture that would become mainstays of the Green Revolution.
green space is one of the main elements in development: Mayor
Karaj mayor asserted that urban green space is so important that it is considered to be on of the main elements of development. He added that another effect of green space is boosting urban livability.
What does the future hold for the region?
The year 2017 sees the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) celebrate its 50th anniversary. And there is indeed much to celebrate. But just as importantly, the anniversary is also a moment to think about the future of the region and what lies ahead.
Rebuilding the World’s Forests
Humankind has always had a tricky relationship with forests. We depend on them to regulate the climate and rainfall, clean our air and water, sustain myriad species of plants and animals, and support the livelihoods of over a billion people. Yet we continue to destroy them, to the point that only half the world’s original forest cover remains.
The first “Forest City” to fight air pollution
Just weeks after Stefano Boeri announced plans for China’s first vertical forest, the Italian architect unveiled an even more ambitious vision: Forest Cities.
This electric car charging tower can power up a dozen EVs at the same time
One of the biggest hassles of owning an electric car is finding a charger when you’re on the go.
Tulip garden unveiled in Karaj
KUMNS – the Fifth Karaj tulip festival unveiled in Chamran Park this evening with the presence of officials and urban managements. 320 thousand flowers with 46 varieties and 38 colors are planted which is twice more than last year.
What Energy Shortage?
If we were able to capture and use the energy from just two minutes of sunlight falling on the earth, it would be enough to fuel our cars, light and heat our buildings, and provide for all of our other electricity needs for an entire year.
New Year a time for creating more jobs, boosting production
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei issued a message on the occasion of the beginning of the Iranian new year of 1396 (March 21, 2017-March 21, 2018) on Monday.
Rebuilding the World’s Forests
Humankind has always had a tricky relationship with forests. We depend on them to regulate the climate and rainfall, clean our air and water, sustain myriad species of plants and animals, and support the livelihoods of over a billion people.
What makes a great city?
It is a pressing question because by 2030, 5 billion people—60 percent of the world’s population—will live in cities, compared with 3.6 billion today, turbocharging the world’s economic growth.
Preserving the environment should be national concern: Dadgou
The head of Karaj City council in Tree Planting Day said that preserving the environment should be national concern.
Investment for Sustainable Growth
The big disappointment in the world economy today is the low rate of investment. In the years leading up to the 2008 financial crisis, growth in high-income countries was propelled by spending on housing and private consumption.
Smart city will provide sustainability in urban development: Deputy
Karaj deputy mayor asserted that sustainable urban development is one of the most fundamental issues which have been on top priorities for managers. He added that smart cities has a fundamental role in realizing urban development sustainability.
How Trees Make Cities Healthier
Last May, I had the dubious fortune of visiting Mumbai, India during the city’s hottest month on record. Temperatures remained at over 40°C (104°F) for days at time. The difference between standing in the shade of a tree and standing in full sunlight was like night and day.
Las Vegas Unveils New AI Tool
n Las Vegas, city officials are turning to an unlikely ally in their quest to help residents access city services more easily: artificial intelligence.
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