SDG11: How To Green The Urban Jungle

October 4, 2019

Cities face specific challenges and opportunities when it comes to delivering low carbon infrastructure. Some technology that works well in a rural context can’t be transposed to a high-rise city. “Solar on a penthouse at the top of an 80-storey skyscraper just doesn’t have the square metres to generate significant energy,” says Clinton Andrews, director of the Rutgers Centre for Green Building.

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