Tag: city planning

A child-friendly approach to urban planning

A child-friendly approach to urban planning has the potential to unite a range of progressive agendas, including health and wellbeing, sustainability, resilience and safety.

How kids can help design cities

Adults tend to think of kids as "future citizens" -- their ideas and opinions will matter someday, just not today.

5 Years of 100 Resilient Cities!

Dr. Rajiv Shah, President of The Rockefeller Foundation, on 5 Years of 100 Resilient Cities

Cities that Fail to Become Smart Could be the next Digital Rust Belt

The third annual Smart Cities Connect Conference in Kansas City delivered an important message: become smart or be left behind.

Resilience and the Future of Cities

Emerging trends and scenarios which could influence how cities function in the future.

UN-Habitat celebrates a decade of work in Kuwait

Green public space must be a key consideration in urban planning for the health of the city and its people.

6 ways to make Smart Cities Cybersecurity-proof

How smart cities must adjust and adapt to the requirements of the new cybersecurity landscape.

Podcast: How post-industrial cities bounce back

Across the world, aging and failing infrastructure is affecting communities and cities in different ways!

7 principles for building better cities

Seven universal principles for solving sprawl and building smarter, more sustainable cities.

Building a smart, sustainable and resilient Singapore

This video highlights Singapore's whole-of-government efforts towards achieving a smart, sustainable and resilient Singapore.

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