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Cities should look to nature to bridge investment gap in water sector

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From Los Angeles to Mumbai, natural solutions have the potential to save cities $890m a year in water treatment costs alone

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EU court rules UK government must clean up dangerous air pollution

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UK government must urgently improve air quality in British cities following a landmark case that could see more vehicles restricted from city centres

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Smart cities secure water supplies while global risks loom

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Around the world cities are creating dramatic water savings with water metres, pressure management, groundwater conservation and more. But is it enough?

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World’s first solar cycle lane opening in the Netherlands

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Solar panels embedded in the cycle path near Amsterdam could generate enough electricity to power three houses, with potential to extend scheme to roads

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Cities are businesses’ best allies in the battle against climate change

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New research shows cities understand climate change, they are closely aligned to business priorities and they provide a lower risk environment for companies

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The US, South Africa and Australia are turning wastewater into drinking water

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Water stressed cities are importing water and investing in desalination plants. Could treating sewage plant wastewater offer a local, energy-efficient way of securing water supply?

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Flood damage to cities expected to cost $1tn by 2050

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Changing climate means superstorms like Sandy are no longer once in a lifetime. The technological solutions to protect cities are there, they just need planning and investment

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Putting a stop to water waste: why local initiatives are key

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Cities facing drought can generate water and jobs by planting trees, and installing tanks and rainwater harvesting systems

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The great salty mess: pollution threatens US freshwater resources

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Wastewater from cities and agricultural runoff are contributing to an expensive salinity problem, and companies – especially when faced with new water purification bills – are taking notice

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The great diesel scandal: how cheap fuel is choking our cities

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Diesel’s popularity with motorists has surged, but its green image was an illusion. Now concern is growing over the damage caused by emissions, with children particularly vulnerable . . . → Read More: The great diesel scandal: how cheap fuel is choking our cities

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