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Venezuela Sacred Natural Sites and Biodiversity

Biodiversity

Venezuela Sacred Natural Sites and Biodiversity

Did you know that Venezuela is home to over 20 million hectares of protected forest land? This vast expanse of sacred natural sites plays a crucial role in preserving the country's rich biodiversity and cultural heritage. From breathtaking landscapes to diverse ecosystems, Venezuela's natural treasures are essential for conservation and the wellbeing of its people.These protected areas not only provide a sanctuary for endangered species but also support clean water […]

todayMay 18, 2024

Construction Can Reduce Plastic Consumption With Neal Maxwell

Biodiversity

S3, E3: Discover How Construction Can Reduce Plastic Consumption With Neal Maxwell

S3, E3: Discover How Construction Can Reduce Plastic Consumption With Neal Maxwell In under half an hour, learn how you and your colleagues can reduce plastic consumption in the construction industry.Jackie De Burca speaks to Neal Maxwell, a highly successful construction company owner who sold his business to allow him to focus on showing others how to reduce plastic use. His story was originally featured in one of the world's […]

todayMay 14, 2024

climate change and construction

Built Environment

Climate Change and Construction: Can They Co-Exist?

Climate Change and Construction: Can They Co-Exist?As the great Mahatma Gandhi once said, "The earth, the air, the land, and the water are not an inheritance from our forefathers but on loan from our children. So, we have to handover to them at least as it was handed over to us."Climate change and construction are two seemingly contrasting concepts that are increasingly intersecting in today's world. As the effects of […]

todayApril 29, 2024

Reimagining Our Cities

Cities

Reimagining Our Cities: Dr. Julian Bolleter’s Vision for a Greener, More Equitable Urban Future

Reimagining Our Cities: Dr. Julian Bolleter’s Vision for a Greener, More Equitable Urban Future Cities are more than just concrete jungles; they are living, breathing organisms that have the potential to either thrive in harmony with nature or suffocate under the weight of poor planning and environmental neglect. If you’re someone who looks at the sprawl of urban development and ponders the possibilities of sustainable design, then you simply cannot […]

todayApril 29, 2024

The EU’s ‘right to repair’ rule

Built Environment

The EU’s ‘right to repair’ rule and the construction industry

The new Right to Repair EU rule will soon be the catalyst for a significant shift in the construction industry's sustainability. The EU's 'right to repair' rule is more than a law. It shows a strong commitment to the rights of consumers and taking care of the environment. This rule is guiding the industry towards a future where buildings are made to last longer and can be easily fixed. It […]

todayApril 29, 2024

Mongolian Gazelle

Mongolia Built Environment

Mongolian Gazelles and Ecology

Did you know that Mongolian gazelles (Procapra gutturosa) are one of Asia's last large populations of ungulates, with their 275,000-km2 steppe habitat considered to be the largest remaining example of a temperate grassland ecosystem? Mongolian gazelles and their unique habitat face numerous threats, primarily due to human-induced activities. Understanding the ecology of these magnificent creatures is crucial for their conservation and the preservation of Mongolia's rich biodiversity. Key Takeaways: The […]

todayApril 26, 2024

English history

UK News

Be Part of English History: Calling Architects, Landscape Architects, Engineers, Constructors

Are you an architect, landscape architect, engineer, or constructor involved in work that is making a difference? Do your projects use sustainable materials and methods? Does your work seek to enhance biodiversity? If so, you may qualify to be a Constructive Voices Contributor. This is an opportunity to promote your personal and professional brand to an audience of 33,000+. If you qualify, you can contribute regularly to Constructive Voices in words, speech and […]

todayApril 18, 2024

Irish history

Ireland

Be Part of Irish History: Calling Architects, Landscape Architects, Engineers, Constructors

Are you an architect, landscape architect, engineer, or constructor involved in work that is making a difference? Do your projects use sustainable materials and methods? Does your work seek to enhance biodiversity?If so, you may qualify to be a Constructive Voices Contributor.This is an opportunity to promote your personal and professional brand to an audience of 33,000+. If you qualify, you can contribute regularly to Constructive Voices in words, speech […]

todayApril 18, 2024

Zimbabwe Biodiversity and the Built Environment

Biodiversity

Zimbabwe Biodiversity and the Built Environment

Zimbabwe is renowned for its rich biodiversity, boasting over 5,000 species of plants and 6,000 species of animals. However, this precious ecosystem is facing numerous threats that require urgent conservation efforts. From habitat destruction to climate change, it is crucial to protect Zimbabwe's wildlife and ecosystems for a sustainable future. The country has taken significant steps towards conservation through policies and initiatives that promote the protection of biodiversity. In Harare, […]

todayApril 17, 2024

Zambia Biodiversity and the Built Environment

Biodiversity

Zambia Biodiversity and the Built Environment

Zambia, a country renowned for its stunning natural landscapes and diverse wildlife, recognizes the importance of preserving its unique biodiversity. The preservation of natural resources and the promotion of sustainable development are key priorities for Zambia. With its vast array of plant and animal species, Zambia's biodiversity plays a vital role in the ecosystem goods and services provided for national economic development and the livelihoods of its people. Efforts are […]

todayApril 17, 2024

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