The focus of city planning in recent years has been on the promotion of green economies, green building guidelines, and green infrastructure1. This surge in “green” practices has its benefits. It is drawing attention to an immediate and long-term issue, climate change and its impacts; further green practices are being advocated as beneficial for human (…)
The 2014 Best Climate Practice Contest has now closed. The contest invited participants from all round the world to submit planned or active projects that aim to reduce energy poverty. This year’s contest built on the successes of last year’s with a variety of interesting practices from all corners of the globe. You can check (…)
Vote for your favorite Energy Poverty Alleviation Practice and determine the Users’ Choice Award Winner. Submissions are now closed for the 2nd annual Best Climate Practice contest, sponsored by ICCG. In this year’s competition, everyone was invited to submit practices to reduce energy poverty. A range of innovative and inspiring projects have now been submitted. (…)
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