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Jorge Nieto tackles the sustainable city concept from a point of view that gives vital importance to relationships with others and the environment.
The Great Wall of China measures more than 21,000 kilometres—almost half the circumference of the Earth. Its dimensions are such that it took two millennia to build. It tops our list of structures built by the efforts of many generations.
Some microscopic algae can produce up to 60 times more biofuel than terrestrial plants using the same surface area and sunlight. Could these organisms revolutionise the renewable energy sector?
This initiative entails advanced industrial sensor monitoring for prediction of industrial process faults and deviations in the field of energy, through temperature and vibration measurement, without using batteries, and communicating using very wide area wireless networks.
On last May’s iFriday we discussed innovation, environmental management, and sustainability in the tourism industry with one of the leading companies in the tourism sector worldwide Accor Hotels