At Habitat III, stunning mapping projects from around the world showcase the need for science and data in urban planning.
Filmmaker JT Singh skips the gleaming skyscrapers and focuses his camera on the modest alleyways of the old city.
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The government crowned the country’s best communal loos to help female employees feel more comfortable in the public sphere.
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How the internet ushered in a new era for entrepreneurs in the urban ecosystem.
Cops are using secret cellphone trackers nationwide to collect cellphone data—especially in poor, black neighborhoods.