Claudia Korntner, Head of Corporate Responsibility at voestalpine, discusses worldsteel's plan to drive progress through collecting additional Sustainability Indicators.
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A linear smart city is under construction in Saudi Arabia that is designed to have no cars, streets or carbon emissions, and will be powered entirely by renewable energy.
The California High-Speed Rail Project plans to operate a 320kph bullet train line that connects San Francisco to the Los Angeles Basin in less than three hours.
Could this new, state-of-the-art, autonomous, electric-powered flying car developed by Volkswagen China revolutionise short haul transport?
Egypt’s ambitious new administrative capital is a large-scale infrastructure project on the edge of Cairo that will be crowned by Africa’s tallest skyscraper.
The 6km-long steel-built Padma Bridge is a game-changer for Bangladesh, connecting 21 southwestern districts to the capital of Dhaka and boosting the country’s economy.
A powerful new steel-built tokamak reactor is aiming to finally achieve the holy grail of fusion-powered electricity generation.
In a first for a space programme, SpaceX is relying on the unique qualities of steel for its plans to make Mars colonisation a reality.
Expanding electricity access across sub-Saharan Africa is a mammoth engineering task that requires significant investment and a rethinking of what energy access means.
With sustainable steel increasingly crucial to meeting the world’s climate targets, manufacturers are turning to wind power to decarbonise production.