Building Resilient Cities
Cities worldwide face incredible challenges and opportunities due to demographic shifts, resource depletion, climate change, and economic volatility. To respond effectively, cities need to be even more adaptable, efficient, sustainable, and connected - to become ‘smarter’ and more resilient. We help facilitate that change.
Next month in Paris, the world will be focused on the crucial climate change negotiations taking place during the 21st Conference of the Parties, COP21. Also on stage will be some of the leading innovations transforming our cities to be successful in the low carbon economy. You are
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Next month over 50,000 leaders will gather from governments, cities, business, science, finance, policy, and civil society to debate and (hopefully) decide on a world climate change treaty that steers us towards a sustainable future for our planet. I believe cities are at the
Since 2014 World Cities Network and Eurbanlab have been collaborating to share insights and news on sustainable urban development & innovation. Eurbanlab bring news of London's iconic double-decker bus going 100% electric and a Cradle-to-Cradle city hall in the Netherlands.