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The 15-minute city meets human needs but leaves desires wanting. Here’s why

15-minute city: Metropolitan ideal or 'dullsville' for the affluent? Image: Photo by Febiyan on Unsplash

Carlo Ratti

Director, MIT - Department of Urban Studies and Planning

Richard Florida

Professor of Business and Creativity, Joseph L. Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

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