Presenting the CLARITY Methodology in Edmonton, Canada
In its assessment reports, which are released every five to six years, the IPCC gathers the current scientific knowledge, technical solutions and socio-economic effects related to climate change on the global – but also regional scale. The CLARITY project was presented on the second day of the conference, to a diverse group of international climate researchers, urban planners and policy makers.
“Sustainability in real estate is no longer an option, it is the norm”
At the MIPIM (“Marché International des Professionnels de l'immobilier”) summit in Cannes in mid of March experts presented lots of smart alternatives how to create houses in a sustainable way up to 2050. Because by that time it is estimated that 60 percent of the world population will be living in urban areas.