Globally, the production and use of hydrogen are increasingly considered as central to the fulfillment of sustainable development goals.
This study aims to inform the commercial real estate sector about the whole-life carbon impacts of extending building life and to help inform decisions about whether to demolish and rebuild, or retrofit, new commercial office buildings.
Review of nature-based solutions (NbS), such as restoring wetlands or upland forests as tools for managing river flooding and erosion.
An estimated 600 000 Canadians are currently living with dementia. While this is already a substantial proportion of the older adult Canadian population, the figure is expected to triple over the next 30 years as the Canadian population ages.
Nearly 50 years ago, researchers and worker advocates drew attention to the problems women have finding appropriately sized and sufficiently protective personal protective equipment (PPE).
Current linear models of production and consumption (i.e., take–make–waste) have proven to be unsustainable. Many products are designed and used with a limited life and diminishing value, and the environmental and social costs are not factored into the purchase price.
Achieving the objectives of the Paris Agreement requires radical transformation of all aspects of the global economy, including financing structures.