Last year the Dutch court in the Hague ordered Shell to reduce its CO2 emissions by at least 45% by the end of 2030. The ruling includes emissions from the burning of the fuels it sells in cars, trucks, ships… Read More
Many countries face aging bridges, tunnels, sluices, quays and other structures. The costs for renovations and replacements of this vital infrastructure, will rise sharply over the coming years and decades. A prognosis of the rising effort to keep our infrastructure properly functioning, has been made for the Netherlands. The TNO-study Renewal of civil infrastructure – Dutch national forecast for replacement and renovation can be downloaded. This may raise awareness in other countries of the challenges posed by our aging infrastructure.