Written By: SANGMOO KIM and JOE QIAN Cities are created for human experiences and not for satellites in the sky. So why are there so many cities that while look impressive on a map, exclude so many of their residents from enjoying the full extent of their benefits? The key may be that details matter for inclusion of … More What can South Asian cities learn from Colombia’s Medellin?
3.7 million people. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), this is the number of individuals who die each year due to air pollution. At this rate, simple math dictates that more than 120 million people will die because of outdoor air pollution by 2050. Unfortunately, however, this estimate of fatalities is optimistic, as air pollution … More Reforming Transport in Cities: Cleaner Air, Fewer Emissions
Sarah Goodyear CityLab July 7, 2015 The company’s Info Cycle project aims to improve the understanding of how urban streets work for cars and bikes alike. Courtesy Ford Motor Company Disruption is the mantra of the day in American business, with entrepreneurs scrambling to reinvent the way people do everything from buying ice cream cones … More Ford Tries to Figure Out Bicycles