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How can feminist urbanism help build more equal cities? Lessons from Latin America

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Advisor for the Women and Inclusive Growth at Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) and researcher

Urban spaces still often mirror gender inequality, but feminist urbanism-activism can be a powerful vector to move towards more equal, inclusive and safe cities – as it is happening in Latin America.

Cities leading the fight against climate change

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Consultant at anteverti & Expert in Eco-Innovation, Circular Economy and Urban Agriculture

Cities hold the key to tackling climate change given that they are responsible for 80% of global emissions.

Our cities in 2017: the technologies that matter

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Author and consultant

A review of what’s moving, to better understand where to act.

A glimpse into global challenges through global experts

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Consultant & Urban Expert

The world we live in is bringing a picture of global challenges when we try to discern between risks and opportunities. 

Public Spaces in African cities

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Urbanist and Director of Our Future Cities

African public spaces are complex, especially so against the backdrop of fast urbanising cities and increasing socio-economic volatility.

Youth engagement in politics

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Head of Knowledge & Policy at Climate Infrastructure Partnership

Youth engagement in politics encourages youth to become actors rather than subjects.

Jane Jacobs, Eyes on the street

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Director of Innovation and Strategic Development in anteverti, Expert in Urban Sociology & CitiesToBe Co-Director

On the 100th anniversary of Jane Jacobs, her new perspective to urbanism is remembered.

What Makes A Thriving And Interesting City? Something Called Collision Density

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Professor of Entrepreneurship

Boyd Cohen states that the growth of collision density results in urban entrepreneurial ecosystems.

Smart City 2.0: Cities of and for the people

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Professor of Innovation & Director of Center for Innovation in Cities at Esade Business Law School

We are witnessing a transition point, a moment of change in the understanding of what a Smart City is.

Manu Fernández: "Smart city projects need contextualization"

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Senior Consultant at anteverti, Researcher & Expert in Urban Economy, Adaptive Urbanism and the impact of Technology in Urban Life

To Manu Fernández the smart city as urban proposal seeks to provide a framework to explain and sort out the digital presence in the city that is becoming normal in the urban realm.