City2City
28 Oct 2020

Whatever the next version of normal looks like, many changes are here to stay, said Berkowitz of Resilient Cities Catalyst. What may have started as emergency measures like open streets or alternative transport will help cities plan for the next shock, he said – "whether that's climate change, civil unrest, or an economic shock".

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22 Oct 2020

Think maps of bicycle lanes are too complicated? This guy’s fixed it.

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16 Oct 2020

The world’s most walkable cities include London, Paris, Bogotá and Hong Kong, according to a report. The UK capital outranks almost 1,000 cities around the world on citizens’ proximity to car-free spaces, schools and healthcare, and the overall shortness of journeys.

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16 Oct 2020

The European Commission, which bestowed the honor last month, recognized Leuven for the creative and systematic ways the city engages residents in decision making, particularly with experiments around reducing greenhouse-gas emissions. That effort, known as Leuven 2030, is itself an innovative governance model, engaging a cross-sector group of more than 600 partners in what Mayor Mohamed Ridouani calls a “radical participation approach.”

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This year’s event becomes Smart City Live, a forum to keep our community connected, despite the current restrictions due to COVID-19. A leadership program that gathers high-level professionals from cities and companies all around the world.

Event Date:
17/11/2020 (All day) to 18/11/2020 (All day)
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The URBAN FUTURE global conference is Europe’s largest event for sustainable cities. But it is also so much more than that. It’s a community of passionate CityChangers from all over the world.

Event Date:
16/06/2021 (All day) to 18/06/2021 (All day)
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The Pact of Amsterdam of May 2016 established the Urban Agenda for the EU,...
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10/6/20
6 Oct 2020

What can cities and national governments do to stop rising cases and ensure essential mobility services and livelihoods are not lost? The response to COVID-19 is a unique opportunity for African governments to promote walking and cycling not only as a quick fix but a strategic effort to build back better.

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5 Oct 2020

Cities like Los Angeles, Seattle, and New Orleans are aiming to tackle another, longer-term emergency: the climate crisis.

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The report “ How to make inclusive mobility a reality: 8 principles and tools...
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10/2/20
25 Sep 2020

The new ranking comes amid growing debate over the future of urban design for a post-COVID era.

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9/22/20

Is Copenhagen the world's most sustainable city? It aims to be carbon neutral by 2025 - and here's how it's doing it.

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15 Sep 2020

15 September 2020 - UNDP Bolivia is working to deliver an innovative mobility strategy that rethinks the way public space is shared between pedestrians, motorised and non-motorised vehicles. 

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14 September 2020 - The panel will feature high level speakers from Latin American cities to discuss different actions and projects in terms of urban mobility and transport which have helped to reduce air pollution and also improve life quality of the population. 

Event Date:
21/09/2020 - 14:00 to 15:00
Eastern Standard Time (EST)
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4 Sep 2020

4 September 2020 - The crisis has made it imperative to accelerate change in our cities. Otherwise, Latin American cities risk becoming centers of further humanitarian, social, and economic crises. Recovery planning can be an opportunity to rethink how cities can become fairer and more human. 

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2 Sep 2020

2 September 2020 - Indian cities are well-positioned to actively pursue initiatives to influence consumption patterns of households and firms, especially in water, energy, transport, and waste. Through procurement process reforms, combined with environmentally friendly policies and regulations, cities can put in practice the principles of reduce, reuse, and recycle to expand urban infrastructure and become more resource secure.

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14 Aug 2020

14 August 2020 - A boulevard of the Kulosaaren puistotie suburb in Helsinki is being converted into a shared in-roadway with motor vehicles required to adjust their speeds according to cycling. 

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6 Aug 2020

6 August 2020 - Startups, transit agencies, and policymakers are eager for “MaaS” apps that let help travelers choose multiple modes — and give up private cars. But revenue has been elusive. 

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