The Telegraph

With increasing fares, delays and an "awful" service on Sundays, the British Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin isn't the only commuter unhappy with the service and admits that the expediency of HS2 was exaggerated.
Sep 9, 2013   The Telegraph
Internet server farms suck up enormous amounts of energy keeping all those mainframes cool. So Facebook has announced it will build in Northern Sweden and use only the natural air to chill their facility.
Oct 27, 2011   The Telegraph
With development-friendly reform sweeping through planning in the U.K., English Heritage is concerned the historic sites and greenfields will get swept away with little to no process.
Sep 7, 2011   The Telegraph
A new series from the BBC tracks six homeowners trying to convert historic (or just plain old) buildings into modern homes.
Jul 6, 2011   The Telegraph
Officials are estimating that within 30 years, the combined impact of urban development, climate change and a chlamydia outbreak will cause koalas to go extinct.
Jun 30, 2011   The Telegraph
China plans to create the world's largest mega-city, which will be geographically 26 times larger than Greater London and double that of Wales.
Jan 27, 2011   The Telegraph
In the capital city of Astana, temperatures can drop to -40F. Kazakhstan's president Nursultan Nazarbayev says the city is fighting the cold by building an entirely indoor city, under a dome 2 kilometers across.
Jun 2, 2010   The Telegraph
As London prepares for its 2012 Games, already over budget, new studies are being released indicating that no specific benefits come to cities hosting major sporting events.
Jun 1, 2010   The Telegraph
The Carlinville Southern Baptist Church purchased a former Wal-Mart building for their growing congregation, but found that the zoning wouldn't allow religious activities in the store. The church sued under RLIUPA and won this week.
Sep 21, 2008   The Telegraph
<p>As shopping centers and malls boom in India, a recent seminar looks at how to plan their development in a sustainable way.</p>
Feb 6, 2007   The Telegraph