Can the Straits of Dover/Pas de Calais, the busiest shipping lane in the world, go low carbon? A plan was unveiled this week
The shared lives approach to health and social care, linking those in need of support to carers in their communities, still resides on the fringes of public services. What needs to change?
A new report seeks to define what constitutes 'good help' and, more importantly, how to bring this into the mainstream - is it possible to scale personalised services?
To what extent do 'Smart City' initiatives truly reach those most in need of change in their lives? Can it impact a city's cleaners as well as its commuters?
We speak to Lina Liakou, who has overseen Thessaloniki's resilience plan and now has a broader role, at 100 Resilient Cities, as it enters the all important implementation phase
How has Amsterdam moved so far ahead of most of the rest of the world when it comes to actually delivering the 'smart city' vision?
Zipabout, the Oxford-based tech start-up will, from early next year, give away its ‘Zipabout Transport Graph’...
Before asking whether it is possible to map innovation within a geographic area, there’s the question of why you’d want to. Certainly the Welsh Government saw enough potential benefits to kick off a pilot project with UK ‘innovation foundation’, Nesta. The results have recently been published, with an array of visual [...]