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World Economic Forum Feb 16
These are the where property prices are overheating fastest
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World Economic Forum 5h
These will be the world's 10 biggest in 2030
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Planetary Security🌍 Feb 11
đź’¦ The 11 cities most likely to run out of drinking water - like Cape Town
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World Economic Forum 4h
These are the with the most sustainable transport
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World Economic Forum 4h
These are the world's most congested
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World Bank Climate 17m
have become the world’s major growth engine. BUT the speed and scale of brings tremendous challenges. What are some of these challenges?
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Proj 4 Public Spaces Feb 11
The health case for walkable and as places from :
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Urban Land Institute Feb 12
By 2019, the number of food halls in the U.S. is expected to increase by 700 percent from 2010 levels. Learn more about food and real estate at
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John Mandyck Feb 16
30M people in will move to this year. Why does building in India matter to the future of ? Listen to the latest to hear why.
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AndrésRodríguez-Pose Feb 13
Concentrated systems are not best for economic in less developed countries. There, there is a need to promote outside the main Urban concentration and economic growth | VOX, CEPR’s Policy Portal
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Arati Kumar-Rao 18h
No, , we needn't make that list of that will go dry. We get rain, remember? More than double what we need. Let's learn frm the about survival My Talk on the topic Thanks,
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AnastasiaKostomarova Feb 11
Dan Dowling of : majority of infrastructure demand is in that are not credit worthy & do not have the capacity to finance that demand
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World Economic Forum Feb 13
Saudi Arabia is going to build a $500 billion mega city
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World Economic Forum Feb 14
Saudi Arabia is building a mega-city that will run on 100% renewable  
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Proj 4 Public Spaces 6h
What would it look like if were designed for people of all abilities?
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Urban Land Institute Feb 12
73 percent of U.S. residents consider access to fresh, healthy foods to be a top priority. Learn more about food and real estate at
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Urban Land Institute Feb 15
How are food halls increasingly serving as anchors for real estate developments? Learn more about food and real estate at
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Russell Bloor 36m
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OECD Feb 8
People living in large are 13% points less satisfied (on avg) with affordability than the national average. See
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Assaad Razzouk Feb 11
The 11 Most Likely to Run Out Of - Like Cape Town 1 SĂŁo Paulo 2 Bangalore 3 Beijing 4 Cairo 5 Jakarta 6 Moscow 7 Istanbul 8 Mexico City 9 London 10 Tokyo 11 Miami
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