More than half of us live in cities. By 2050, two-thirds of all humanity—6.5 billion people—will be urban. Sustainable development cannot be achieved without significantly transforming the way we build and manage our urban spaces.
The rapid growth of cities—a result of rising populations and increasing migration—has led to a boom in mega-cities, especially in the developing world, and slums are becoming a more significant feature of urban life.
Making cities sustainable means creating career and business opportunities, safe and affordable housing, and building resilient societies and economies. It involves investment in public transport, creating green public spaces, and improving urban planning and management in participatory and inclusive ways.
Up to eighty percent of Fiji National University’s (FNU) Namaka Campus in Nadi will now be powered by green energy, following the commissioning of a 250 kilowatts solar project. Acting Vice-Chancellor Tessa Price, while officiating the first large scale green project, said it’s a forward-looking initiative which is expected to be replicated in other...Read More
The Fiji National University (FNU) would like to generate 90 percent of its electricity through green initiatives in the next three years at its Nadi, Lautoka and Labasa campuses. This initiative was kicked off with a contract signing with CBS Power Solutions Fiji Ltd, a Renewable Energy Services Provider and General Contractors at Namaka Campus...Read More
The Fiji National University has claimed the prestigious GUPES Green Gown Award for the Asia and Pacific region for its sustainable community project conducted in the interior of Ba Province. FNU Vice Chancellor, Professor Nigel Healey was thrilled with the win and said it has uplifted the profile of the University. “We are very honoured...Read More