Cities and Urbanization

How cities are failing to be inclusive - and what they can do about it

A new tool provides a measurable baseline for cities to understand how they are meeting goals for sustainable and inclusive growth. Image: REUTERS/Luke MacGregor

Angel Hsu

Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies, Yale-NUS College

Kim Samuel

Founder, Samuel Centre for Social Connectedness

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Screenshot of the Urban Environment and Social Inclusion Index portal, comparing neighbourhood levels of urban heat island effect and average income in Los Angeles.
Source: Hsu, A., et al. (2018). 2018 Urban Environment and Social Inclusion Index. New Haven, CT: Yale University.
Source: Hsu, A., et al. (2018). 2018 Urban Environment and Social Inclusion Index. New Haven, CT: Yale University. Adapted from the 2018 State of Global Air Report.

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