Storm-Torn Cities Can Come Back More Dynamic than Ever

Cities, as large and complex human-made enterprises, are imperfect; hence, prone to lose battles with Mother Nature. The aftermath of Harvey and Irma on the Gulf Coast proved that such challenges are serious for coastal cities. Could Houston, Miami, Jacksonville and Tampa have been better planned and built? Can storm-torn coastal cities be rebuilt following … More Storm-Torn Cities Can Come Back More Dynamic than Ever

Reforming Transport in Cities: Cleaner Air, Fewer Emissions

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