Kéré shows how architecture can build better futures by embracing communities to help catalyse progress.
The Mitchell Institute mapped childcare availability across the country and found regions where demand rarely met the supply. They also looked at cost and workforce participation for women.
If the UK government is serious about levelling up the country, granting its second-tier cities more political and financial independence would be a good place to start.
Our planet’s invaluable natural store of freshwater is woefully neglected.
Glass is produced from sand, is easy to recycle, and can be used to make concrete without any complex processing.
Coyotes are not, by nature, aggressive. But there is a pervasive myth that they are likely to attack unwarranted, and this belief is dangerous to the animals.
Ukraine’s zoos are struggling to look after their animals, but are getting international support.
Addis may be shaping up to look like the modern city that the government wants, but it is yet to meet the needs of most residents.
Academic research can have a direct impact on people's lives. It's crucial to come together to deal with problems like climate change. If we don't, the poor and vulnerable will suffer the most.
As the “freedom convoy” and occupation of Ottawa drags on, the potential for a violent stand-off between protestors and police increases, which in turn decreases the chances of a peaceful resolution.
My ongoing research has shown the influences of the two institutions are dwindling, especially in urban settings.
Despite no evidence of a plot emerging, the Trojan Horse affair had a real and detrimental impact.
There is no universal minimum for the amount of living space we need. Rising spatial inequality, however, adversely impacts us on both individual and collective levels.
Behind the government’s net zero bluster there has been little progress in decarbonising the UK.
To fête the 70th year of Queen Elizabeth’s reign, several towns – and a few villages – are to be granted the royal right to call themselves cities.
Preliminary research suggests cultural and social services retain or attract employees hard hit by plant closures in other communities. Preserving them may help cities withstand future crises.
Green buildings can cost more than conventional structures, but the small increase has noticeable benefits for those working and living within them.
So much went wrong with the homes built by the Make It Right Foundation that its low-income homebuyers were deprived of the financial security they were promised.
Women in cities tend to get more walking done, which is beneficial to both their health and the climate. Making streets safer for cycling would give them greater access to cities too.
Changes to the Highway Code have created a hierarchy of road users, prioritising the most vulnerable.