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
London mayor Ken Livingstone reportedly calls the US Ambassador in London a "chiselling little crook" after the US Embassy decides it's staff will not pay the £8-a-day congestion charge when driving into London's central city.
Mar 29, 2006 24dash.com
The wireless internet access areas encourage users to emerge from their homes and go online in more public places.
Mar 10, 2006 BBC News
The charity English Heritage proposes seven conservation principles for debate.
Mar 3, 2006 INTBAU News
If we are going to make a genuine effort to address climate change, it means re-evaluating our reliance on passenger jets, says George Monbiot.
Mar 3, 2006 AlterNet
Consumer electronics, with their ubiquity, rapid technological advances, ever-lower prices, and fashion trends, have never been easier to buy -- or throw away.
Feb 28, 2006 The Independent
As student enrollment spikes in the UK, university cities are scrambling to find new and better ways of planning for the up and downsides of waves of students moving into near-campus areas.
Jan 27, 2006 The Guardian
Hank Dittmar, Director of the Prince's Foundation for the Built Environment, a nonprofit organization founded by Sir Charles, The Prince of Wales, discusses the balance of tradition and innovation in urban design.
Jan 23, 2006 By
Shortage of affordable housing causes problems recruiting new faculty at one of the world's top higher education institutions.
Jan 12, 2006 The Guardian Unlimited
Using a network of thousands of CCTV cameras which will be able to read license plates, Britain will be first country to monitor every car journey on all motorways and main roads. Data will be stored for two years.
Dec 23, 2005 The Independent (UK)