School buildings made of locally sourced clay in Burkino Faso with a sophisticated roof design and energy-free ventilation; a university campus half-underground in South
Canada has proposed new legal tools for its spy agency in a recently tabled anti-terrorism bill. However, critics say the bill lacks the proper oversight to prevent potential abuse. Philip Fine reports from Montreal.
The architecture of the future is here, now. One key aspect of this new kind of architecture is "sustainability" -- and it's become a huge challenge for architects and engineers all over the world.
Fiji's all important sugar industry is struggling. With the EU opening its markets in 2017, the Pacific nation stands little chance in the world market. Making the sugar sector more sustainable could be the solution.
School buildings made of locally sourced clay in Burkino Faso with a sophisticated roof design and energy-free ventilation.
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