With climate changes becoming our alarming reality, in order to sustain healthy life at this planet, particularly in its urban areas, new concepts of towns and cities will have to become our reality as well. This website is designed to gather experts, officials and common citizens in their team work, open discussion and advices exchange regarding methods of prevention climate changes. Our goal is to integrate action plans, suggestions and strategies on how to prepare and adapt our cities to become more eco-friendly and less climate endangering.
Every city comes with different traits regarding local climate, population and demographic aspects. Consequentially, each city requires individualized approach regarding preparation for climate changes and ways of creating sustainable, energy-efficient environment. Here are some of the measures that are proven as effective in most cities. Energy conservation Energy conservation action plan should refer to both, […]
They say that one of the biggest problems of this modern, anti-intellectual age isn’t the actual discussion regarding whether, for example, climate change is real and so alarming as claim or not, but the fact that too many people, even officials, are taking science facts for granted. Consequentially, weave reach the moment when climate change […]
When talking about climate changes and ecological threats becoming obvious, we usually turn to leading politicians, globally famous scientists and other officials, hoping to hear easily applicable action plans from them. Since this matter involves many complex interactions between numerous industries, politics, available fuels, ways of transportation and many more factors, it may take a […]
CABE’s new report is the distillation of the two-year research program behind this website. Hallmarks of a sustainable city describes how to recognize a sustainable city, and what needs to be done to make it a reality. It encapsulates the cross-sectoral and thematic approach of this website. CABE believes that a sustainable place has five […]