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Weekly Roundup 100 – 21st to 27th January

9FEATURE REPORT/ ARTICLE OF THE WEEK ‘Comparison of building modelling assumptions and methods for urban scale heat demand forecasting’ Authored by Dirk Monien and Aneta Strzalka1   Building energy evaluation tools available today are only able to effectively analyze individual buildings and usually either they require a high amount of input data or they are too … Continue reading

Weekly Roundup 097 – 31 December to 06th January

9FEATURE REPORT/ ARTICLE OF THE WEEK ‘Does lower inequality mean less poverty?’ Authored by Arturo Matinez and Iva Sebastian  Inequality and poverty are most often perceived to be interlinked. When poverty reduction is discussed, reduction of inequality naturally features in the conversation. The article challenges the very premise of this hypothesis. It focuses on South Asia … Continue reading

Weekly Roundup 049 – 30th Jan to 5th Feb

FEATURE REPORT/ ARTICLE OF THE WEEK ‘Could Freight Hubs become Eco-Villages’ Authored by Zack Mortice Conor O’shea, a landscape architect and assistant professor at Illinois Institute of Technology, believes the exurban regions that surround the city core need to be treated as integral parts of the city. These areas that consist of rail freights and agriculture … Continue reading

Weekly Roundup 048 – 23rd to 29th Jan

FEATURE REPORT/ ARTICLE OF THE WEEK ‘The Ethical City: An idea whose time has come’ Authored by Brendan Barrett “We can’t solve problems by using the same value system that created them”. With a poignant quote to boot, author Barrett discusses the notion and overwhelming need for the creation and sustenance of an Ethical City. With … Continue reading

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