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ISSN 2042-1990

Global to Local Foundation - a not-for-profit foundation

News Items


5 Reasons Solar is Beating Fossil Fuels

(in: Energy)

Europe says its own biofuels policies increase food costs by 50% and drive deforestation

(in: Europe & International)

The new industrial design revolution

(in: FREE content)

eco-friendly material from cellulose found in waste paper

(in: Science & Technology)

Design by architect Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners aims to tackle housing shortage

(in: Built Environment)

Green building materials made from waste CO2

(in: Science & Technology)

Local people place different values on urban sustainability indicators

(in: Community & Voluntary)

Political viewpoints may influence reasons for purchasing energy-efficient products

(in: Sustainable Procurement)

Trees could be used to monitor air pollution simply and cheaply

(in: Green Infrastructure)

Resilience in the built environment

(in: Built Environment)