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Climate Change Drowning “Venice of the East” – Bangkok

Bangkok is one of the most vulnerable cities to climate change. The city is sinking, and its people are struggling to keep up with the impacts of climate change. If current trends continue, the city will be flooded by 2030. With unchecked urban development, the city's vulnerabilities have grown worse.

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Only One Earth to Build, what can we learn from these Changemakers?

The Built Environment is an incredible field of study that has the power to change our world for better or worse. It is responsible for large percentages (nearly 40%) of greenhouse gas emissions and energy consumption, but it can also play a significant role to helps us combat climate change.

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Take Pride in The Progress and Pledge to Continue Making Positive Changes.

The Built Environment despite being one of the most male-dominated industries, many dedicated and outspoken people are working hard to make it a more welcoming space. We should be proud of the progress made, but more work is still to be done.

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Green Hydrogen: Leading Player in the NetZero Game?

The coming hydrogen revolution will have a significant impact on the Built Environment. With interest in green energy technologies soaring rapidly over recent years, Sanjana, a construction engineer turned social media analyst at Hloov, explores this highly sustainable energy technology.

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Flexi future of workplaces

Aakanksha shares her story on how the concept of Flexi working impacts changemakers today with insights into digital natives who are changing their jobs frequently, making them more efficient than ever before!

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Empowering the 650 million of Us

Seema, a passionate researcher at our Research and Development group, shares her story, some key facts about disability and how the industry can adopt digital accessibility as an important aspect of design and planning in the #BuiltEnvironment.

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Our Planet is on Fire! Is Built Environment Pleading Guilty?

The Built Environment is a significant source of greenhouse gas emissions, accounting for nearly 40% of global CO2 emissions.

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Data is the new lifeblood of the #BuiltEnvironment

The data in the built environment closely mirrors human physiology—it’s complex, vast, deep, and needs to flow continuously.

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The Time Is Ripe For Radical Change In The Built Environment

There is an urgent need for businesses to reimagine their business models, service offerings, processes, and client engagements with a digital-first approach.

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Putting Digital First

It takes a village to deliver an infrastructure project, and it most certainly will take the whole Engineering & Construction Sector to save the #planet.

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Decarbonization: An urgent need or a choice?

Climate change is a global emergency, and decarbonization of the Built Environment is crucial which requires coordinated efforts and cooperation among all stakeholders of the built environment.

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Rotterdam at the menace of climate change

Rotterdam is in the delta of the rivers Rhine and Meuse. The city has open sea links which influence frequent storms and cyclones.

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Virginia is disappearing under rising tides

Virginia Beach is the coastal city with the population of 1.4 million people. Its climate has warmed about 0.17°C in the last century. The sea level is rising 50 mm every decade.

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Drowning Alexandria: A tale of crisis

Alexandria is a Mediterranean port city in Egypt. It is the largest port in the country. Due to climate change and sea level rise, Alexandria is in the verge of submergence.

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The fate of New Orleans – Sinking or Crumbling?

New Orleans, a city in the Louisiana is located near Gulf of Mexico on the Mississippi River with nearly 0.4 million people. The city is gradually drowning as global warming is continuing to increase.

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Houston is sinking faster than expected!

Houston is known as the ‘Energy capital of the world.’ It is the most populous city of the Texas with 2.3 million population. The city is experiencing increase in annual average temperature since 1950.

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Venice: A Unique City Facing Severe Challenges

Venice is known for its beautiful architecture – waterways and buildings. But it is gradually sinking underwater and would disappear by this century if no climate actions will be taken.

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Dhaka is sinking and here's why

Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh is the largest and most populous city of the country with 20 million people. It is highly vulnerable to climate change.

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A ‘Sinking feeling’ with Lagos

Lagos, the financial hub of Nigeria is the largest city of the country with the population of 17.5 million people. It lies in tropical climatic zone with significant rainfall throughout the year.

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Jakarta at the brink of disaster

Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia is the largest city of the country with total population of approximately 30 million people. Population density of Jakarta is increasing by 1% every year.

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