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Retailers rethink last-mile deliveries to reduce emissions and meet customer expectations

Retailers rethink last-mile deliveries to reduce emissions and meet customer expectations

A new report by eDelivery explores how retailers and carriers are looking for new ways to reduce carbon emissions and meet customer expectations of sustainability.

How nature can promote good mental health in cities

How nature can promote good mental health in cities

Academics have built a conceptual model that can be used to make meaningful and informed decisions about how environmental projects may impact mental health.

Populus and Lime team up to share vehicle data with Seattle

Populus and Lime team up to share vehicle data with Seattle

Agreement will provide Seattle Department of Transportation with data to support its car-sharing programme, LimePod, and enable efficient utilisation of city kerbs

Seattle appoints new members to help invent the future

Seattle appoints new members to help invent the future

Technology leaders from Facebook and Twitter are among the latest members to join the new Innovation Advisory Council to address the city’s most urgent challenges

Using data for good

Using data for good

Location intelligence company Cuebiq is sharing its anonymous data with universities and non-profits for the good of society

How smart is a piece of paper?

How smart is a piece of paper?

Researchers in the US have made it smart enough to link to the IoT with off-the-shelf RFID tags to give the paper sensing capabilities