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New Jersey RFI kick-starts green bank formation
11 Mar 2020
The request for information aims to pave the way for the US state to create a green financing mechanism that effectively channels public and private funding to achieve its clean energy goals.
Manchester unveils five-year climate action plan
03 Mar 2020
The plan will sit alongside a citywide Climate Change Framework which sets out how the city as a whole can reach the agreed target of becoming zero carbon by 2038.
City of Fremont launches autonomous shuttle service for employees
28 Feb 2020
The service, provided by Pony.ai, is part of Fremont’s drive to decrease single-driver commuting and has the potential to expand beyond city employees in the future.
Liverpool invests £3.4 million in eco-friendly refuse vehicles
25 Feb 2020
The new compressed natural gas vehicles are part of a drive to help reach a target of recycling more than 55 per cent of waste across the city.
Retailers rethink last-mile deliveries to reduce emissions and meet customer expectations
21 Feb 2020
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.
Consumers demand low-carbon housing
31 Oct 2019
A YouGov poll shows that the majority of residents believe local authorities should deny building requests for buildings built with a high-carbon footprint.
Los Angeles confronts climate change on the streets
29 Oct 2019
The city has launched the first of 10 projects that aim to lower neighbourhood temperatures and advance the goals of the LA mayor’s Green New Deal.
Test project shows how Tampere's buildings can lower their carbon footprint
16 Oct 2019
The smart district heating project by Tampere Power Utility and a student housing foundation uses AI and apartment-specific sensors to reduce energy consumption and cost.
NYC targets nine facilities for deep energy retrofits
04 Oct 2019
A deep energy retrofit aims to achieve a 50 per cent or greater reduction in building energy usage and can reduce carbon emissions 30 per cent or more.
Columbus: first US city to meet ozone compliance rules
27 Aug 2019
Several federal regulations pertaining to fuel and motor vehicle emission standards decreased emissions to help the area achieve the standard.
Pain points, politics and the future of transport
SmartCitiesWorld talks to Paul Comfort about the themes of his new book, The Future of Public Transportation.
06 Apr 2020
Covid-19: Thank you and an update
26 Mar 2020
The 14 pillars of a smart city
19 Mar 2020
Video is the next step in transforming city communications
25 Mar 2020
WEBINAR: How Peachtree Corners empowers smart city innovators to test, explore and prove new technologies
24 Mar 2020
ON-WEBINAR: Leverage digital twins to optimise municipal operations
17 Mar 2020
Smarter operations: Maximising returns from existing municipal infrastructure
09 Apr 2020
WEBINAR: How Peachtree Corners (USA) empowers smart city innovators
28 Apr 2020
IoT in Telecoms Conference 2020
16 Jun 2020
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