Author Archives: Ivan Martinovic

Bringing Carbon Capture Project To Canada

LafargeHolcim is improving the carbon-efficiency of its cement with the launch of the CO₂MENT partnership project with Inventys and Total. According to LafargeHolcim, the project’s objective is to build the world’s first full-cycle solution to capture and reuse CO2 from a cement plant while reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Spread the word


Climate Resilience Leadership Lab

Climate resiliency in New York City often appears as a gargantuan affair: ten-mile long berm systems; visions of draining the East River; the classic seawall, reimagined. Thinking at the scale of infrastructure is crucial for matching efforts to the scale of the crisis itself. But infrastructure is not just physical. Across the city, from Red […]


Why Reducing Carbon Footprint Matters

This is all well known, but reminding ourselves is still good. Offsetting your unavoidable CO2 emissions is a practical and immediate way to take ownership of your personal contribution to climate change. With COTAP, you’re addressing global economic inequality too. Offsetting also reveals both the need for cleaner energy sources and opportunities for reducing your […]


Partnership – Denmark and Canada’s Path to Innovative Cities

The Greater Toronto Area’s infrastructure and landscape continues to be highly shaped in a close collaboration between Danish and Canadian architects. At this event we will meet five of the leading Danish firms and architects behind these innovative developments along with Toronto based developers, policymakers, influencers and experts for a thought provoking and forward thinking […]


The Museum of Tomorrow

…”The cities of the future will need a new approach to health care, and one that is embedded in the ecological sustainability of place as well as people. One area where there is massive room for improvement is the production and distribution of food. Currently, much of the food that is eaten in cities is […]