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A 20-minute city sounds good, but becoming one is a huge challenge Carolyn Whitzman, Professor of Urban Planning, University of MelbourneOriginal article by The Conversation. Melbourne’s ambitions to be a ‘20-minute city’ aren’t likely to be achieved by its recently…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  Is it a train? Is it a bus? Well, it’s kind of both. Developed by Chinese rail transit firm CRRC, the smart bus or Autonomous Rail Rapid Transit (ART) can be thought of as a train/tram that is able…
Published in Transport
  The National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF) has recently launched its latest and final version of the CoastAdapt online tool. CoastAdapt was developed to allow councils and other organisations better understand and manage the risks that come with…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
Imagine a city covered in trees, plants and shrubs. A city vibrant with bird life and whose buildings change colour and appearance with the seasons. You may not have to imagine for much longer as the Eastern Chinese city of…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
Solar Panels at Topaz Solar, California USA South Australia’s power troubles have been well documented in recent times with perhaps the biggest headline being the state-wide blackout. News of the state’s power problems even reached Tesla CEO Elon Musk who…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  A new road concept made from 100% recycled plastic has the potential to replace traditional asphalt roads in the future and bring with it a whole host of benefits. PlasticRoad, a Netherlands based initiative, is lightweight, slashes construction time,…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  As of January 1st 2017, Dutch electric trains have been running on 100 per cent wind power. This is according to the Netherland’s national railway company NS. In 2015, Dutch electricity company Eneco won a tender offered by NS…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  South Australia will likely have a new large-scale solar farm by 2018 thanks to a partnership between Snowy Hydro and Equis. The $200 million plant is set to begin construction this year, pending relevant approvals, and will be situated…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  The small Shire of Moora in Western Australia has shot to fame thanks to a viral video which shows how a road is surfaced. The footage was shot by a drone which was purchased by the council with the…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  The future of roofing may be solar if Tesla CEO Elon Musk has his way. The billionaire recently revealed a new line of solar roof shingles which he believes will cost less than a traditional roof, look more appealing,…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
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