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Kluzki Jul 20
should pay heed to this - do we want a childless city that spawns even further inequity or do we want to plan and build a city for all? I know which city I want...
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Matthew Gardner Jul 18
Too Many Cities Are Growing Out Rather Than Up. Three Reasons That’s a Problem. —
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Schuyler Null Jul 17
How 's SALURBAL Project Is Shining a Spotlight on Urban Inequality in Latin America
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World Resources Inst Jul 16
- OPINION: Let’s treat street vendors as people, not problems. The essence of inclusive cities is how we plan, design, and govern for the people who use spaces. via
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Eleanor Mohammed, RPP, MCIP, EP Feb 22
- a brilliant panel of female planners. A great way to commence the second century of in .
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Carlos MORENO Jul 5
Tks to organizers of the Urban Forum for your warm welcome. Several exchanges, itw, contacts about our daily battle: better live in cities & fight against . Today July 5th at 4 pm my last intervention with a TED.
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Urban Transitions Jul 14
Urban demands effective spatial planning, strategic policy and inclusive social policy. How can national transport ministers help create more accessible cities? New from , and :
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Talia Rubnitz May 23
People Move to for Better Jobs and Opportunities. Impossible Commutes Are Getting in the Way | New blog on the latest thematic paper: 🚶‍♀️🚍🚗
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World Resources Inst Feb 1
Too many are growing OUT rather than UP and that is a problem. Their unwieldy expansion outward could push them into economic, environmental and social crises. Our interactive map visualizes in your region
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Alec Tang 鄧振揚 May 23
this👇. “Rapid urbanisation & motorisation have restricted access for many... the stranded-underserved in locations where transport options are limited & the mobile under-served, with expensive, long commutes...”
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Jennifer Keesmaat Dec 22
Waiting alone at a bus stop displaying a sexist advertisement can feel like a hostile environment. What happens when the concerns of women are integrated into the design process? Different design outcomes, in our cities.
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World Resources Inst Jan 31
On average, in Africa and Asia are expanding outwards while vertical growth is more confined to cities in East Asia, Europe & North America. See how in 499 cities confirms that the challenges of rapid outward expansion
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Ani Dasgupta May 23
As motorization accelerates & expand, access to opportunity is getting harder for many residents. Our new WRR paper shows that more cities with better transport options stand the best chance of thriving in coming decades.
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O'Brien Makore Jun 1
For a moment, vendors in Chitungwiza changed their daily trade to 'urban planners' as they participated by doing during a consultative meeting aimed at creating a decent model vending market.
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World Resources Inst Jun 11
are hotspots for opportunity, but impossible commutes are getting in the way 🚗🚌🚕🚋🚄 rendering jobs, healthcare and education increasingly out of reach for millions of people. Learn more:
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Urban Transitions Jul 14
One smart way to measure how successful a city's public system is: does it connect people to jobs and services? This blog from takes a look at İzmir, :
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World Resources Inst Feb 4
via - Maps show how Bengaluru is expanding way too quickly for its residents. The home of India’s tech industry is growing rapidly. But basic government services have yet to catch up.
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Eleanor Mohammed, RPP, MCIP, EP Jul 18
I've been thinking about this a lot lately, so I thought that I'd create a post for LinkedIn.....Reflecting on Privilege -
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Urban Transitions Jul 15
Better should mean better access to jobs, services and opportunities. We totally agree with here! Check out their case study in İzmir, .
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Urban Transitions Jul 12
By 2050, 6 of every 10 people in the world will live in urban areas. Unmanaged expansion can: 💰 increase costs of services ⚖️ deepen inequality 🌡️ hurt the environment  offers solutions in
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