The future of affordable living in Australia

Mike Day | September 25, 2023
The answer to Australia's affordable living crisis might lie in "micro-mobility." Read Mike Day's article in the latest issue of Architecture and Design Australia.

Making the case for reinvestment in transport infrastructure

Vincent Hamel | September 1, 2023
In a world where infrastructure looms large, Vincent Hamel's blog underscores how Europe can wield adversity as an opportunity for transformative change. Our author expertly navigates the crossroads of policy imperatives, shedding light on the ambitious goals set by European states to combat climate change while stimulating economic prosperity - through transport infrastructure. Discover how the marriage of economic development and decarbonization can pave the way for a prosperous, resilient, and carbon-neutral Europe.

A tale of three scopes: Part 2

Matthew Tutty | August 8, 2023
In addition to scope 1 (direct emissions) and scope 2 (purchased electricity, heat, and steam), many organizations now have scope 3 emissions reduction targets in their climate change strategies.

Leading the Charge in the 15-Minute Communities Movement

Yvonne Yeung | July 4, 2023
Discover the future of urban living with Yvonne Yeung, leading the 15-Minute Communities Movement. Learn how we're building vibrant, sustainable neighborhoods, prioritizing connectivity, inclusivity, and environmental responsibility. Join us on this transformative journey towards thriving, walkable communities.

The right approach to Canada’s population and cities opportunities

Michael Sutherland | June 5, 2023
Hatch's Michael Sutherland shares insights on how to holistically approach Canada's population and city development opportunities. As the country's population grows due to immigration, it is critical to plan and deliver infrastructure and population growth in a manner that benefits people, the economy, and the environment. Sutherland highlights the importance of transit-oriented community (TOC) development, which promotes active transportation and concentrates development and activity around public transportation nodes or corridors.