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Sunderland City Council is working with communications infrastructure provider Bai Communications and Sunderland Software City to deliver a six-week programme which will culminate in a showcase event.   Sunderland is well placed to host the accelerator with

The research firm is working with a coalition of business, government, and academic leaders, including SmartCitiesWorld, on the study of 200 cities, which will probe their strategies, investments and plans for becoming future-ready.   The research project

Economist Impact’s four-day virtual and in-person event aims to help policymakers and business leaders implement practical strategies to become more sustainable.   Sustainability Week US aims to help policymakers implement practical strategies More than 150 leading figures

The Swedish city, which is also hosting its own smart city summit, has joined String to increase connectivity and develop the megaregion as a green hub and centre for green industrial technologies.   Helsingborg is currently hosting

The centres are joining the Transitioning Industrial Clusters towards Net Zero initiative which builds cross-industry and cross-cluster partnerships to better implement low-carbon technologies.   Port of Antwerp-Bruges has committed to the circular economy and energy transition Four

It is convening organisations across the public and private sectors, experts and academics to accelerate development of governance and policy frameworks.   The metaverse is expected to grow into an $800bn market by 2024 The World Economic Forum

The Global Collaboration Village has been unveiled at the annual Davos meeting and aims to use new technology to shape innovative solutions to help address critical global challenges.   Global Collaboration Village will be an extension of

Research identifies that the most successful cities balance regulation, incentives, innovation and accelerators and work in partnership with landlords, investors, developers and occupiers.   Cities must act now not wait for regulation when it comes to decarbonising

It seeks to provide an in-depth overview of policy in seven jurisdictions around the world to help assess the impact on five key low-carbon emitting technologies.   Policy support for alternative hydrogen production is evident in jurisdictions

Steve Turner, director of the UK Cities Climate Investment Commission (CCIC), explains how the commission is seeking to close the funding gap in the UK to enable crucial green projects to go ahead, and considers the ways

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