Cities and Urbanization

Can a city be mindful? And which cities do it best?

Amsterdam is No 7 on the mindfulness index Image: Vincent Versluis

Michael Buehler
Head of Infrastructure & Urban Development, World Economic Forum
Kayo Hirano
Community Lead, Infrastructure Industries, World Economic Forum
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Space for reflection in Vancouver, rated sixth most mindful city Image: Robin Changizi
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