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Posted: 16. July 2012
Is there a need for a whole new way of doing urban planning and lead cities in order to confront the challenges of rapid urbanization, climate change
Posted: 12. July 2012
The urban population in the world is going to explode - that’s a fact and it’s unstoppable. What we don’t know is how cities will look like in the future.
Posted: 09. July 2012
In an international environment where cities are in strong competition with each other, having strategic partners that you can grow with seems to be important for most cities.
Posted: 04. July 2012
Today, Singapore is one of the densest cities in the world.
Posted: 03. July 2012
Within 10 years, the city has reinvented itself, and today the New York gives both residents and tourists confidence and renewed optimism both for the everyday life and the days to
Posted: 03. July 2012
Designed by Grant Associates , the 25-50 meter tall trees function not only as a sculptural park, but as a combined vertic
Posted: 29. June 2012
The third World Cities Summit in Singapore opens on Monday July 1st, and this year’s theme is "Liveable & Sustainable Cities – Integrated Urban Solutions”.
Posted: 19. June 2012
Is the act of planning the same today as a few decades ago? Probably not.
Posted: 08. June 2012
Reflections on Andreas Faludi's talk at the IFHP - AESOP lecture series on June 2. Planning is thinking: Thinking about the future of space and its societal usage.
Posted: 07. June 2012
Sunny reportage from the site of the next IFHP Congress. Early bird registration closes June 15!

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