"With news that nearly 50% of New Yorkers have received one vaccine dose and indoor occupancy restrictions are easing, we’re seeing a sizable – and heartening – uptick in activity as more people head back to their offices," says Bert Rosenblatt of Vicus Partners.
Slow down and embrace nature. The pandemic recovery offers an opportunity to put green and blue space as the focus of development to help in the fight against climate change and improve citizen's well-being.
The coupling of an increasingly decentralised power grid and advanced new technologies presents an unprecedented opportunity to accelerate energy transition. Michael Weinhold of Siemens Smart Infrastructure outlines how innovation at the grid edge will be a key component in delivering a more sustainable future.
Research suggests little conflict between stemming biodiversity loss and a massive buildout of renewables, but opinions differ widely over the use of forests, and over-simplistic decisions about the role of wood in the energy transition must be avoided.