Whether revolution, war or geopolitics, global real estate is among the industries most sensitive to changes. Here, we look at the cases of post-Brexit London, post-conflict Kiev and post-revolutionary Cairo.
We analyze water supplies and actual delivered volumes in eight of the world's biggest cities, and find that ageing infrastructure in some some places is leaking more water than other cities even need.
We speak to Agamemnon Otero MBE, co-founder of London's Energy Garden project which is engaging communities and commuters across a network of 50 Overground rail stations to create sustainable, solar-powered communal gardens.
Delving into government-led social housing schemes in Brazil, Egypt and Chile, we discover that's not how much money spent on development, but innovation in tackling the problem, that differentiates a good program from a bad one.
Many cities have eliminated maintenance costs for public toilets from their budgets, shutting them down or leaving them to fall into disarray. Meanwhile, others are paying their citizens to desist from open defecation, while a handful of entrepreneurs are seizing the opportunities afforded by the unavoidable call of nature.