Dozens of mayors and other city officials talk with leading scholars, designers, and journalists.

The fifth CityLab Summit is happening now in Paris. Hosted by the Aspen Institute, The Atlantic, and Bloomberg Philanthropies, it’s a global annual meeting of city leaders and experts in urbanism and city planning, economics, education, art, architecture, public-sector innovation, community development, and business.

Key panels and discussions from Tuesday’s itinerary are being streamed, live, below. View the full itinerary.

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