Digital information could help city planners to design cities to work for many types of people.
The Istanbul government is exchanging plastic bottles for credit on their transport networks.
The Thai capital is particularly vulnerable to flooding, and to make matters worse it is sinking by one to two centimetres a year.
The US is still a top destination, though fewer people want to move abroad for work, according to a new report by the Boston Consulting Group.
If sustainable urbanization is one of the paramount challenges of the 21st century, then Asia is ground zero for determining whether humanity can succeed.
Investment in green, efficient urban centres is central to China's long-term plans for growth.
With its prime location and rapid development over the past decade, the Columbia Heights neighbourhood commands among the highest rents in the U.S. capital — already one of the most expen...
As our lifestyles have become more stressful, people have started to look at alternative ways to live, including the possibility of joining an “intentional community”.
Streets in a Brussels district are undergoing name changes at the recommendations of the general public.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan is putting money into a woodland fund for the city.
Extreme wealth and extreme poverty sit side-by-side, revealing sometimes uncomfortable truths about social inequality in some of the world’s biggest cities.
These cities are using data tackle the issue of climate change, but also make their services more inclusive.
New Zealand’s parliament passed a law on Wednesday to ban many non-resident foreigners from buying existing homes.
The Greater Jakarta area, home to almost 30 million people, has sunk 2.5 metres over the past 10 years.
Vienna has displaced Melbourne as the world's most liveable city in the latest Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Liveability Index.