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Top Predictions For The Renewable Energy Market in 2021 |

The global economy of 2020 was primarily shaped by the coronavirus pandemic which greatly affected energy usage, project engagement and investments worldwide. Fortunately, 2021 signals some progression towards normality, and there are hopes that the energy market will follow suit with renewed conviction for renewables. Perhaps one of the most prolific …

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Why is the I-66 Express an example of a P3 management project?

The Washington D.C. area deals with some of the worst congestion in the United States. In 2016, a transformation began to address the bottlenecks on one of region’s busiest routes – Interstate 66 between the Capital Beltway (I-495) and Gainesville, Virginia. Today, drivers experience 8-10 hours of congestion on a …

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How We’re Working on Clearing Snow off Our Roads

The snowstorm dubbed Filomena brought the biggest snowfall that Spain has seen over the last few decades. Overnight, the streets turned white. Residents all over the peninsula – some more surprised than others – found themselves snowed in as their homes and towns were cut off by the snow. Ferrovial …

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Little Things You Can Do To Live More Sustainably |

With the environment in a bit of a crisis right now, it’s essential that we all do our bit to try and help the planet. By living more sustainably, we can hopefully stop the situation from getting out of control before it’s too late. Of course, not everyone wants to …

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The Wildest Modes of Transportation in Film and Literature

For centuries, books and movies have shown us unimaginable ways of getting around. Smart cars, buses that appear when needed, and even ships that can sail the deepest part of the oceans. No matter how fanciful and imaginary these worlds may seem to us, their characters still need a way …

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Reasons Why More Brands Are Moving Towards Sustainable Packaging |

We’re all increasingly aware of the dramatic consequences of climate change and how humanity’s actions are directly having a visible, tangible effect on the health of our world. Experts estimate that if mankind continues at its current rates of energy usage, deforestation, excessive reliance on fossil fuels, and other activities, …

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The Importance of Little Big Projects

Our environment is filled with small pieces of infrastructure we don’t even notice. I guess we think our cities were always smart with bike renting and free wifi. We don’t have to imagine, then, what our day-to-day life would look like without something as simple as a sidewalk or walkway. …

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Akon City, a Self-Sustaining City With a Rap Beat

History has seen many reasons to build a city. Military sites, commercial enclaves, local ventures, and even companies that built entire municipalities. In 2020, construction on a self-sustaining city started with some unusual core ideas: rap, African culture, and respect. This is no utopian vision. This new Senegalese city will …

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How We Promote Corporate Ethics

The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us a valuable lesson: the importance of getting ahead of potential complications and reacting effectively when they arise – especially when we have a chance to prevent them. In terms of corporate integrity, more and more companies have added compliance programs. This comes from increasing …

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