Cities and Urbanization

The key trends making our cities greener, safer and smarter

A jogger runs along the seawall in Stanley Park with the city skyline in the background in this June 24, 2003 file photo. Vancouver, host of this month's Winter Olympics, prides itself on being one of the world's most liveable cities but residents seem unsure at times whether they really want the world on their doorstep.   To match feature OLYMPICS/VANCOUVER   REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SOCIETY CITYSCAPE) - RTR29QQE

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Alex Molinaroli
Chairman and CEO, Johnson Controls
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