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Garden cities have been making news lately thanks to a new book by architect Robert A.M. Stern, but a design competition and policy declarations in the United Kingdom have put some serious skin in the game.
Jun 4, 2014   BBC News
A recent report says that over 80 percent of Sub-Saharan Africa's farmland is unfit to produce enough food to sustain millions of hungry inhabitants.
Apr 4, 2006   BBC News
After many dangerous encounters, a British team claims to have discovered that the world's longest river is actually 107 kilometers longer than previously thought.
Apr 4, 2006   BBC News
In front of the UN Convention of Biological Diversity, he calls for greater funding to protect environmental resources.
Mar 31, 2006   BBC News
Using advanced irrigation technology imported from Europe and Israel, the war torn country is producing tons of good food for its residents.
Mar 30, 2006   BBC News
The energy strategy that relies on large numbers of people enacting small energy-saving measures needs better planning and more funding, according to experts.
Mar 30, 2006   BBC News
First there was the "one-child" rule. Now China attempts to do to consumption what it did to population growth -- stem it, in this case by raising the "consumption tax".
Mar 25, 2006   BBC News
In Brussels, one house brimming over with green technology may hold the answers to many of Europe's energy concerns.
Mar 23, 2006   BBC News
The wireless internet access areas encourage users to emerge from their homes and go online in more public places.
Mar 10, 2006   BBC News
India's Supreme Court has approved the controversial sale of prime government-owned land in the heart of the financial capital, Mumbai.
Mar 9, 2006   BBC News
The Associated Press has released video and transcripts showing that President Bush was briefed well in advance that the levees in New Orleans could be breached.
Mar 6, 2006   BBC News