Detroit residents with past-due bills are facing water shut-offs again after a reprieve during COVID-19. At the same time, providers are also raising rates.
Our new research found Australia is spending $1 billion less on maintaining roads than we need – and the biggest reason for that gap is federal funding.
Every state is poised to receive a large amount of federal money to expand broadband access, but they have a lot of work to do to meet the government’s requirements for distributing it.
Embattled Optus chief Kelly Bayer Rosmarin who oversaw two network outages in the last year has resigned after admitting her company had no disaster management plan.
As seas rise, it is clear that traditional coastal defence approaches are unable to keep pace. Nature-based solutions offer considerable potential to protect coasts, people and biodiversity.
Until now we’ve paid lip service to rigorous assessment of big projects, and it’s hard to do more than that when they are inherently political.
An independent review finds the projected cost of Australia’s $120 billion infrastructure pipeline has blown out by $32.8 billion.
The Optus chief will face some tough questions about the company’s poor handling of last week’s catastrophic network outage when she appears before a Senate inquiry.
Could the data centres that power the internet be moved to the bottom of the ocean? It’s not as crazy as it sounds
Dependence on bottled water weakens pressure to fix tap-water problems. Who pays the price?
With immigration soaring, warnings about its impact on population distribution, housing and business innovation have gone largely undiscussed during the election campaign.
A new study of Florida’s fiscal vulnerability to climate change finds that flooding directly threatens many local tax bases.
With all delays on this train line over the last decade, it may have been a costly distraction from other projects that could have contributed to levelling up in the meantime.
The 35 shortlisted structures from around the world showcase engineering ingenuity and big ideas for making construction more sustainable.
People aren’t the only ones harmed by heat waves. The hotter it gets, the harder it is for machines to keep their cool.
Canada should invest in sustainable transportation infrastructure to accelerate the green transition.
Even ‘climate havens’ face a riskier future, and infrastructure often isn’t built to handle climate change. But there are steps cities can take to prepare.
Cycling in Canada has been experiencing a great boom in recent years. Yet, there was no consistent and complete way to measure cycling infrastructure, until now.
New Zealand’s food system – from production to delivery – has been built around efficiency rather than resilience to climate change and natural disasters. But there are solutions.
Queer theory tells us that people’s identities are complex. If all research subjects are approached this way, we can understand their responses more fully.