Our series & analyses:
Anteverti’s urban knowledge hub
CitiesToBe: connecting global talent with Anteverti’s expertise and knowledge
In addition to featuring interviews with urban experts from around the world, at CitiesToBe we also share the knowledge of the multidisciplinary team of consultants that makes up Anteverti, the consultancy behind this urban knowledge platform.
Discover the knowledge generated by the Anteverti team through our thematic series and analysis articles.
Focused on different areas of urban relevance linked to Anteverti team’s expertise — economic development, digital transformation, urban innovation, sustainability, internationalization, governance or the implementation of the 2030 Agenda in cities — , our feature article series and posts have been designed to offer inputs and identify lessons and trends that allow a better understanding of the evolution of cities and their future projection — as well as to facilitate urban decision-making.
Feature article series
by Anteverti team
A summary of the urban learnings that Anteverti has drawn from the first pandemic year—under five thematic areas that cover a holistic vision of cities’ needs and horizons. | MARCH 2021
Amid the rise of the pandemic in early 2020, at Anteverti we paused to forecast the impact of Covid-19 in the near urban future, identifying a set of rapid action priorities for cities, governments & businesses | MAY 2020
At Anteverti we are turning 10 in 2021! And we want to celebrate it by collecting the thoughts on the urban world from global leading experts we have collaborated with over these years—through a 10-item questionnaire | DECEMBER 2021
Urban analysis & trends articles
by Anteverti team
— with our CEO Pilar Conesa
Our CEO is part of a conversation with six leading global urban experts on how Covid-19 will affect technology and innovation as drivers of future city planning and management.
— by Anteverti team
How to build smarter, more inclusive and sustainable cities? Urban innovation is crucial – and here are some reasons why.
— by Manu Fernández, Senior Consultant at Anteverti
The complexity of the transition to a world (progressively) ubiquitous and (mostly) urban requires giving meaning and coherence to explain this reality.
— by Mons Badia, Consultant & Expert in Eco-Innovation at Anteverti
Cities hold the key to tackling climate change — they are responsible for 80% of global emissions. How can they do it?
— by Cristina Garrido, Director of Innovation & Strategy at Anteverti
On the 100th anniversary of Jane Jacobs, her new perspective to urbanism is remembered.