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Hexagon and Fujitsu will use technology to help realise the “Trusted Society”, which they describe as a sustainable, resilient place where people can live together in peace and prosperity.   Hexagon and Fujitsu have announced a strategic

On the inaugural global Heat Action Day, C40 Cities and International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies are urging cities to prepare for what is described as the silent killer of climate change.   The

The Breathe Warsaw initiative will provide technical assistance and capacity building to support the deployment of data-driven policies to improve air quality and benefit climate and health in the Polish capital.   Warsaw has one of the

The most polluting vehicles will be excluded from entering the centre of the Scottish city from 1 June 2023 and a penalty charge will be payable if emission standards are not met.   Glasgow’s low emission zone

The cities have signed the C40 Clean Air Cities Declaration to address air pollution, which has become the second-largest cause of death on the African continent.   Dakar plans to introduce electric bus rapid transit and introduce

Companies in the Transit Tech Lab competition will test solutions over an eight-week period with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and NJ Transit.   Transit Tech Lab is committed to

A technology company and wheelchair tennis player are developing a navigation system using smart technology and the cloud to help overcome mobility-related issues around cities.   At the centre of the project is wheelchair tennis player Dani

The inventories will enable the cities to develop a suite of actions to incentivise more sustainable consumption in collaboration with people and businesses and pioneer new ways to measure emissions.   New York City is also signing

The park area aims to deliver a community connection in a dense urban setting with a third of the area planted with 6,000-plus shrubs, perennials, climbers and trees, significant to indigenous culture, food, and medicine.   Part

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Restaurants in Carmel-by-the-Sea are reducing the probability of infection from airborne viruses and pollutants while also averaging an estimated $17,000 in extra annual profit via the certification programme.   Mission Bistro: one of the restaurants using technology

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