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.

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Chwen-Jinq Chen

Ministry of Transportation and Communications, Taiwan

Fiona Woolf CBE

CMS Cameron McKenna

Richard Templer



Tomorrow's City Infrastructure Forum

How can city and business leaders collaborate to secure the future of our cities and build greater resilience in the face of increasing change and competition for talent and resource? This will be one of the key questions answered through the Tomorrow’s Infrastructure Forum hosted by the City of London. Join us.

Categories: Economy, Environment, Governance, Technology, Funding, Finance systems

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Cities on the Move: The next step in multi modal transport.

Brian Kilkelly hosted a discussion at MIPIM, the international property event with the Ministry of Transportation and Communications in Taiwan, Mayor of Warsaw, and SAFEGE Consulting Engineers. It was fascinating to hear the different views.

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China - the drive to improve the urban revolution

Personal account from Brian Kilkelly, CEO of World Cities Network on his experiences in China this winter during an EU mission to two provinces. Over 200 urban and governance leaders from Xinjiang and Shanxi provinces were engaged on a wide range of urbanisation issues.

Categories: Economy, Mobility, Environment, People, Living, Governance, Technology, Housing, Business, Regulation

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