Melony, our editor, loves to give her take on how smart cities are evolving. Her weekly blog gives a small insight into her thinking on each weeks news that comes across her desk.

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Power, empowerment and clean essentials

Power, empowerment and clean essentials

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The use of renewables improves public health, air quality, has no emissions, provides jobs and new revenue streams More

Dirty air, dirty toys and IoT safety

Dirty air, dirty toys and IoT safety

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Mind the gap! Why policy and clear guidelines are needed to keep us safe are needed right now More

Tune out, turn off and breathe…

Tune out, turn off and breathe…

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When it all gets just a little too connected... More

Gaudi, innovation and a new dig for victory

Gaudi, innovation and a new dig for victory

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Innovation is the name of the game More

Something in the air

Something in the air

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The great indoors, where the air is fresh and pure More

How sustainable business practices can equal a sustainable smart city

How sustainable business practices can equal a sustainable smart city

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JCDecaux is the number one outdoor advertising company worldwide but not the first name you think of when discussing smart cities. More

Phonebox reincarnated

Phonebox reincarnated

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Bring back the old, ring in the new More

Dumb and dumber

Dumb and dumber

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Donald Trump has managed to activate thousands of people across the globe to take to the streets without a Pokémon in sight. Impressive. More

The year of the cyber take-out?

The year of the cyber take-out?

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Could 2017 be the year that cyber criminals take out valuable infrastructure? Maybe, maybe not. More

Davos, AI and revolution

Davos, AI and revolution

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There’s no doubt that AI can work for the greater good, but the paradox is, in reaching for this, we all have to be better humans More