Liverpool may have lost Unesco World Heritage status, but that says more about the UN body than it does about a city that is, rightly, putting its residents first.
Office for Budget Responsibility data shows the net cost of the UK’s energy transition is to be borne by the power and buildings sectors.
FDI into the Egyptian capital of Cairo has never fully recovered from the knock it took in the Arab Spring of 2011. However, the city's tech scene is thriving.
The transition to electric vehicles requires significant expansion of infrastructure and network capacity to accommodate charging. How will distribution systems keep up with demand, while being future-proofed against evolving mobility requirements?
The region's two main finance hubs are moving quickly to adopt global best practice on sustainable finance. They recognise policy certainty in this area is necessary to drive investment into companies, particularly given Asia's distinct characteristics.
Tel Aviv’s thriving tech scene has continued to attract foreign investment throughout the pandemic, but labour shortages remain a big challenge.
A majority of European countries have failed to comply with the latest nearly zero-energy buildings standards, which must be revised to make them more harmonised, says the Buildings Performance Institute Europe, a think tank.
The US prime property market has largely recovered from the impact of the pandemic, but data supplied shows some cities have fared better than others.
The race for cities to become 'smart' has been heightened by the Covid-19 pandemic, but with cybersecurity and other considerations to take into account, a more cautious approach may be advisable.
Qatar hopes the lifting of the economic blockage imposed by its GCC neighbours and the forthcoming Fifa World Cup can boost FDI into Doha.
A survey from the Site Selectors Guild shows investment in new office projects is low as a result of the remote working revolution brought about by Covid-19. However, storage demand is on the up.
Life has changed in more ways than one in the Bay Area due to the Covid pandemic, but what effect will working from home have on the housing market, and just what will the new normal look like in San Francisco when the pandemic is officially over?