Alice Charles

Project Lead, Cities, Infrastructure and Urban Services Platform, World Economic Forum Geneva

Nineteen years’ experience working for the public and private sector in the areas of city and urban planning, real estate, urban development & regeneration, construction, infrastructure, environment, climate change and public policy. Leads the World Economic Forum's cities & real estate work streams, including the Global Future Council on Cities and Urbanization, the Real Estate Industry Action Group, the Future of Urban Development and Services Initiative and co-leads the Systemic Efficiency-Transitioning Energy & Buildings initiative and the production of all city and urban development related content and curation of events at World Economic Forum summits. External Member of the Board, National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) Planning Advisory Committee, Ireland. Formerly with: Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government, Ireland; Dail Eireann (Irish Parliament), Ireland; Jacobs Engineering; Avison Young, London, UK. Master’s in Global Leadership, World Economic Forum, in conjunction with the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Columbia University, Cornell Tech, INSEAD, London Business School and the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS); MBA, University College Dublin; Postgraduate Diploma in Town and Country Planning, Queens University Belfast; degree (Hons) in Environmental Planning, Queen’s University Belfast. Chartered Member, Royal Town Planning Institute; Member, Irish Planning Institute. Recipient, Irish Echo Irish 40-Under-40 Award 2017 for Irish and Irish Americans who have distinguished themselves in their respective fields of work before the age of 40.

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アフォーダブル住宅不足対策、世界の都市による10の取り組み

世界中に見られる、これまでにない速さの都市化により、良質なアフォーダブル住宅に対する需要が増えています。所得の中央値の三倍以下が、アフォーダブルな平均住宅価格の一般的基準と考えられていますが、最近の調査によると、調査対象となった世界200都市の90%がこの基準を超えています。

21 Jun 2019