Cities are vibrant centres of business, culture and learning. They are a gathering placed for innovation and creativity. Recent developments in technology and data collection have opened new opportunities and accelerated the possibility to improve quality of life.
Electric vehicles (EVs) are becoming mainstream in our cities as an increasing number of people opt for this cleaner mean of transport. One of the less known advantages of EVs is that they can potentially be used to store energy and deliver power to the grid
The theme of this year’s World Teachers Day, which falls on 5 October, is the vital role played by teachers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Helping students adjust to distance learning is one of the many challenges that teachers have faced in 2020.
The International Day of Older Persons is celebrated on the first day of October to raise awareness about the wellbeing and needs of elderly people. The COVID-19 pandemic, which affects older people disproportionately, is overshadowing this year’s event.
According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), 5,5 Gigawatt (GW) of additional nuclear capacity were connected to the grid and 9,4 GW were permanently shut down, bringing global nuclear capacity to 443 GW in 2019.