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Report highlghts three 'transformative' areas for city climate action

Report highlghts three 'transformative' areas for city climate action

According to the World Resources Institute, cities should incorporate climate risks into planning and focus on nature-based solutions.

São Paulo utility deploys tech to reduce 40 per cent water losses

São Paulo utility deploys tech to reduce 40 per cent water losses

With water losses of up to 40 per cent, Americana’s Department of Water and Sewage wants better insight into operations.

Policy review into local energy markets highlights benefits and risks

Policy review into local energy markets highlights benefits and risks

LEMs coordinate the generation, supply, storage, transport, and consumption of energy from decentralised energy resources within a confined geographical area.

NB-IoT pilot could transform water leak detection

NB-IoT pilot could transform water leak detection

Vodafone and South East Water are working on a year-long trial in the UK county of Kent in which acoustic loggers will “listen” for escaping water in the network.

Melbourne makes major investments in parks, waste and water

Melbourne makes major investments in parks, waste and water

The city is investing more than $19m in capital works to respond to the impact of climate change, better manage its parklands and urban forests and conserve water.

How do we ensure enough water in 2050?

How do we ensure enough water in 2050?

In his keynote speech at Waterwise, Sir James Bevan of the UK’s Environment Agency said we must tackle both sides of the equation: reduce demand and increase supply.