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March, 2017

  • 10 March

    Pollution’s death-toll, and Sweden’s efficient recycling.

    Thick smog creates striking sunsets over Saroornagar Lake in Hyderabad, India. However, the World Health Organisation’s recent reports have reconfirmed fears about health risks associated with pollution.

    Jomiro Eming A polluted environment may be a nuisance for tourism, or a foul-smelling river costly for the housing market, yet the price of pollution is evidently more than a few investors or tourists. A recent report by the World Health Organisation (WHO) stated one in four deaths of children aged …

  • 3 March

    The beautiful tragedy of Concrete Jungles

    A valley of undulating concrete slabs line the Holocaust Monument in Berlin, Germany as a artistic reminder of the uncertainty and fear Jewish populations were plagued by during Nazi Germany. Here, concrete as art stands in direct juxtaposition to concrete as - for some - an energy-consuming architectural eye-sore.

    Jomiro Eming Buildings with concrete-like foundations have been dated back to as far as Ancient Greece, and today they line our cities and societies. Although concrete is the second most consumed product in the world – the first being water – it is also one of the least energy efficient …