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by Aude Camus

On April 18, 1506, Pope Julius II laid the cornerstone of the world’s largest church on the burial place of the Apostle Peter in Vatican City. More than five hundred years later, every detail of...

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In the heart of California’s eastern foothills, where the Sierra Nevada Mountains meet the Tahoe National Forest, the impressive New Bullards Bar Dam stands tall. Soaring to a height of 645 feet, it not only dominates the landscape but also...

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by Alex Pienaar

There’s no escaping the barrage of news related to climate change: deadly floods around the world; drought, famine and conflict in Africa; wildfires in Hawaii and Australia. Just last week, a series of storms slammed Dubai and drenched the desert...

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by Chris Noon

On April 18, 1506, Pope Julius II laid the cornerstone of the world’s largest church on the burial place of the Apostle Peter in Vatican City. More than five hundred years later, every detail of the magnificent cathedral built upon...

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by Aude Camus

On the evening of August 3, in the heart of Christchurch, New Zealand, a line of choristers, donned in hard hats and orange safety vests, navigated past scaffolding adorned with cautionary safety tape. Their destination: the battered nave of Christ...

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by Steve Bentley

Lithuania has set ambitious goals for improving the emissions performance of its buildings to meet a long-term renovation strategy to improve the energy performance of its structures by 2050. The plan is in line with the European Union’s 2018 directive...

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by David Robertson

The last few decades have been largely defined by the digital revolution. Personal computing has evolved from basic gaming and word processing on a monochrome display, to journeying to distant websites and databases on an early version of the internet,...

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by Julien Moutte

Countries around the world are investing heavily in infrastructure to support economic growth, ensure energy security, and address climate change. Whether adapting existing infrastructure assets or building new ones, the task at hand is massive. However, to meet these needs,...

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by Nicholas Cumins

The benefits of a walkable city are well known. According to the Climate Reality Project, not only does encouraging pedestrian travel lessen the need for more expensive or carbon-emitting forms of transportation, but walkable cities also promote active living, reduce...

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by Sandra DiMatteo

Kaustubh Page, Bentley’s Director of iTwin Platform Management, also contributed to this post. The race to cut carbon in half by 2030 is starting to heat up. According to a recent report by the UN’s World Meteorologist Organization, the world...

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by Rodrigo Fernandes