Why migrant workers are the key to Asia’s green cities of the future

A worker eats ice cream as he rests outside a construction site in Beijing's central business district, China August 16, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee - RC1B784D2810

Building Asia's green cities will change more than skylines. It can unlock social mobility, job opportunities and skills development. Image: REUTERS/Jason Lee

Benjamin Pinney
vice president Strategy and Transformation, Asia Pacific, Johnson Controls
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