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The Missing Ingredient in UN's 2030 Global Goals
Michael Shank, Ph.D.
Adjunct Assistant Professor, NYU's Center for Global Affairs
The SDGs and the Paris climate agreement are clearly interconnected and any effort to tackle one without immediate consideration of the other will do serious disservice to both.
Activist On Why One Of The Wealthiest Cities Can't House Its Workforce
Gen Fujioka joins HuffPost Live and talks about why one of the wealthiest cities isn't able to house its workforce.
Your Commute Is A Pain. These Cities Show That It Could Get A Whole Lot Worse.
A new subway line is estimated to drop average commuting times from 150 to 78 minutes, which is still more than double the
Exponential City Growth Presents 'Window Of Opportunity' For Companies, The Environment
By Reuters, Reuters
The breakneck expansion means billion-dollar opportunities for companies, ranging from greener construction of homes and
A Rising Tide to Lift All Boats: Alex's Story
Steve Mariotti is the founder of the Network for Teaching Entr...
Rising Tide Capital is a nationally acclaimed nonprofit organization that helps aspiring but financially limited entrepreneurs to start and grow successful businesses.
From Galaxy Street to Jerk Close: Addressing the Future of an Oil City
David A. Weiss
President and CEO, Global Communities
There are huge economic and business benefits to addresses, but the main initial purpose of the mapping and addressing is to ensure that the half-million residents of Sekondi-Takoradi can get appropriate and well-funded public services.
People-Powered Politics at the City Level: Searching for True Citizenship
Co-founder and General Manager, Purpose Brazil
Precisely because of the magnitude of the problems they face, cities are increasingly emerging as the most fertile grounds for creating change. They are the laboratories in which many of the world's most intractable challenges will be solved.
Urban Growth Boundary Concerns Local Farmer (Video)
Co-founder, Cooking Up a Story
Bill Zimmerman, a small farmer in Vancouver, Washington talks about the approaching urban growth boundary (UGB) that may soon encompass his farm.
Building Communities, Building the Economy
CEO, Rising Tide Capital
With unemployment high and growing fears of a double dip recession, the role of small businesses in job creation is more important than ever in this year's presidential race.
Using the Olympics to Stimulate Urban Growth
Mitchell L. Moss
Henry Hart Rice Professor of Urban Policy and Planning, NYU
How London grows will be the true legacy of the 2012 Olympics. As cities such as Rio de Janeiro and Chicago consider their own Olympic aspirations, the impact of London's city building strategy will be the best game to watch.
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City Solutions: Urbanization Could Help The Planet (PHOTOS)
From National Geographic: It's the tide of urbanization that has spread around the world. In the developed countries and
Amazing Photos From 'National Geographic' On Global Population
Psyche and the City: A Soul's Guide to the Modern Metropolis
Thomas Singer, M.D.
Psychiatrist and Jungian psychoanalyst
How can one afford not to worry about the intersection of soul and city in the face of the staggering numbers related to the problems flooding our cities?
Paris Toujours: A Reply to Roger Cohen
Joan Z. Shore
Paris columnist, author of 'Saging' and 'Red Burgundy'
It's true that Paris has changed. Evolved, I'd say. But it is trying, in some ways, to stop the alluring march of "progress."
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