Cities are engines for innovation and growth. People in cities tend to be more productive, wealthier, better educated, and more likely to start a new business. Cities also make better use of resources.
But with populations rising, how do we plan, design and manage cities that can cope with things like pressures on resources and increased waste, while meeting carbon and climate challenges?
The Future Cities Special Interest Group is exploring the challenges and opportunities around shaping the urban environment for future generations in cities.
|Learning from US Future Cities – Mission Update||Alison Nicholl||11/02/14|
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|Job Opportunity at TSB – Lead Technologist Future Cities||Alison Nicholl||07/01/14|
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