Across Asia, cities are turning to the world stage. These are the ones you need to know about.
A new study examines the link between urban concentration and the rate of economic growth, suggesting the dominant view of the relationship might be wrong.
A study has found that adding volcanic ash reduces the overall energy required to manufacture concrete.
For many metropolises, managing their assets better could allow them to invest more in infrastructure without having to raise taxes or cut spending elsewhere. Dag Detter explains.
Entrepreneur Kimbal Musk is helping young people grow produce in New York City, as urban farming gathers pace on a global scale.
Private investment is showing promising results in tackling homeslessness in Denver.
A new ranking looks at congestion around the world.
Amazon has narrowed its search for the site of its next headquarters, dubbed HQ2, to 20 cities.
Using artificial intelligence, pooled energy systems and blockchain membership, today's deprived areas could become the innovation hubs of tomorrow
Cities must rewrite the rules to create the kind of infrastructure citizens need – using whatever means possible, from private partnerships to localized taxation.
New technologies are allowing people to grow food in places where it was previously difficult or impossible.
Affordable housing, vibrant culture, an overflow of talent – from Berlin to Boston, here are the cities where start-ups thrive.
More and more people are migrating to urban areas, most of them young. This presents a huge opportunity to address the current crisis in mental health - here's how.
Spiralling rents are driving key workers out of our city centres – and into the clutches of costly commutes. Here are 3 steps we can follow to bring them back.
The key challenge to scaling up 5G infrastructure is that it will be expensive to deploy and require fresh thinking on financing, business models, and regulation.