A city’s capacity to embrace rapid change determines its ability to compete in the world – today and in the future.
Around the world, governments are investing in innovative technologies and private-sector solutions to make their cities safer, “SMARTER” and more sustainable. A number of industry trends...
The value of trees and plants in the urban environment is well documented: they improve air quality, shade against heat and provide an antidote to congestion, traffic and the pace of city...
A newly updated data visualization charts out the evolution of city fragility since 2000, and teaches us a thing or two about how to deal with the problem.
Emergency vaccines play an essential role in halting the spread of disease. But when it comes to preventing the next global outbreak - they are only part of the solution.
The World Bank reviews 2016 using 12 charts.
Plural cities will play a critical role in determining whether humanity survives this century, or not, write Misha Glenny and Robert Muggah.
Chinese immigrants and students have found a community through running in Central Park.
The only way to bridge the violence prevention and reduction funding gap is to come up with innovative solutions.
The Ecotopia 2121 project predicts the future of 100 cities from around the world - if they manage to become super eco-friendly
Thanks to technology, life in our cities in 2030 will be radically different to the way it is today. But will it be better or worse?
These 10 cities inspire the most trust, esteem, admiration and respect, according to the 2016 ranking by City RepTrak.
Hussein Dia explores the impact that blockchain will have on our lives and future cities.
A Eurostat survey reveals where Europeans are most satisfied with urban life – and it’s not in London, Paris or Berlin.
How can we respond to urban terrorism in a way that doesn't destroy the cosmopolitan, diverse and dynamic character of our cities?