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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
In December 2014, experts and practitioners from across Europe involved in sourcing, creating, and delivering urban innovations gathered to discuss ways to accelerate the delivery of low carbon urban solutions for cities. Read about the interesting tools and case studies that were shared. Discover the secrets of success from some of the most innovative urban development projects in Europe.
During the Tomorrow's City Infrastructure Forum, several ideas on how cities could take action to improve their resilience, vibrancy, and prosperity emerged. The first fruits of these ideas are shared here as well as an interactive mind-map created by the participants
World Cities Network and our hosts the City of London gathered city leaders and global corporations last week in London to create an action plan for resilient and vibrant cities and to celebrate the World Infrastructure Awards 2014.
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.
World Cities Network facilitated a vision building workshop for the Transport and Sustainability Forum, a multi-stakeholder group with about 180 members, serving the interests of both businesses and residents in the City of London.
Belfast is transforming and is benefiting from the energy and ambition of it’s new Lord Mayor. Máirtín Ó Muilleoir speaks with Brian Kilkelly about Belfast’s strategy, the importance of buildings, and resilience.
As Google gears up to give the parks of San Francisco free wifi, we talked to the city's Recreation and Park Director, Phil Ginsburg, on wifi, dynamic workforces, inclusivity, and resilience. Could this be another fantastic benefit for the city or is it a technology intervention that could shatter the peace of their precious open spaces?
The Ho Chi Minh City Environmental Sanitation (Nhieu Loc-Thi Nghe Basin) Project is having a transformational impact on the city, directly benefitting over 1.2 million people with improved sanitation and reduced flooding while at the same time serving as a new city asset that can be enjoyed by the people of Ho Chi Minh City.