The Rockefeller Foundation, the organizational pioneer behind the 100 Resilient Cities project, furthered its involvement in resiliency projects on the federal scale. Partnering up with the Department of Housing and Urban Development to launch the National Disaster Resilience Competition, a new urban paradigm focused upon resilience as the defining factor for urban development became the emblem of … More The Next Urban Future: Smarter and More Resilient Cities
Winning authors of the 2015 Graduate Student Urban Poverty Paper Competition will present their solutions-oriented research, with commentary offered by experienced professionals working in the urban sector. … More Event: Meet the 2015 Graduate Student Paper Competition Winning Authors
Wynnie-Fred Hinds using the STREETWYZE app to map important aspects of her community in Newark, New Jersey. Photocredit: STREETWYZE At the Smart Cities Week Conference held in Washington, DC September 15-17, tech companies and urban innovators gathered to discuss and showcase recent developments in the emerging smart city market. One demonstration featured real-time traffic, public … More [Updated] How Do Smart Cities Talk to People?