By the end of this year, “Ex-Incet” will have space for community meetings, religious gatherings, and social enterprises.
A booming, car-free downtown and underground waste disposal facilities show how a small city can lead the way on sustainability.
The policy connects citizen volunteers with government backing and assets.
Satriano is enthusiastically lining up jobs and housing for refugees in hopes of turning around its long population decline.
Mayors from around the world are gathering this week at the Vatican, which has quietly put together a record of urban innovation both inside its walls and across Rome.
Inside a dramatic consolidation of local government.
Milan is about to get 20 million visitors over six months. It will be the biggest test yet of "collaborative consumption."
The country hopes the move will get people more involved in government—and save some money.