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Music is a vital urban resource. How do we plan for it?

City on song … musicians in New Orleans. Image: REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Shain Shapiro

Founder and CEO, Sound Diplomacy

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Projected music-industry revenue in 2030 Image: Goldman Sachs
Source: Sound Diplomacy

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