Urban solutions to global challenges, live from London
Some of them even go so far as to poll people who have been arrested and ask, “were you treated fairly?”
“We go to CBDs because that’s where other people are, not because they’re wonderful places to spend time.”
At CityLab 2015 in London, the mayor of Accra explains how he solved a thorny problem with red paint and some brushes.
The mayors of Athens and Bristol discuss the mass-scale influx of refugees during The Atlantic’s CityLab 2015 summit.
A new tool shows that developers can profit by building affordable housing almost anywhere.
Christchurch Mayor Lianne Dalziel explains how her city is treating the rebound from natural disaster as a creative Year Zero.
“The same people who say it’s unacceptable that little Bobby has asthma will get in their big SUV and drive their child to school,” says London Deputy Mayor for Transport Isabel Dedring.
Cities in the Indian state of Kerala don’t want to be the home of badly needed trash facilities in an urbanizing India.
“There’s a problem in the British psyche still about that,” the mayor said in an interview at The Atlantic’s CityLab 2015 summit.
Highlights from The Atlantic's annual summit on urban innovation.
It sounds small, but it has enormous potential.
If you’re looking for a neighborhood that explains the city today, this is it.