He says what he most looks forward at the start of the day is “working on urban innovations that will make a practical and real difference.” And he means it. Peter Madden, 51, married, with 8-year old
In a time of austerity with extreme measures and budget cuts, we would imagine that the last thing we want to do is spend more on technological investments with dubious outcomes. The past has showed
Everything taken into consideration, private ownership of cars has more hidden costs than benefits, are there any alternatives to owning a car? Driving your car is a waste of resources and will make
An interview with Kilian Kleinschmidt, one of the world’s leading authorities on humanitarian aid, founder of Switxboard and former manager of the largest camp for Syrian refugees.
The India waste problem is urgent. Official figures say around 62 million tonnes of solid waste is produced in the country every year of which only 43 million tonnes is collected, only 12 million
In a sense, building a circular city, that is, using resources more effectively to empower the entire provider-producer loop, and thereby, the whole system itself, is the foundation of any smart
A new wave of manufacturing called the makers’ movement is coming on the scene. This technology enables manufacturing with skills that can easily be shared in a small community.
She’s 43, married with two children, and a smart city believer. In fact, she is convinced that behind this concept lies the key to making life better for people. She has been the director of the S
In a WSJ article, more than a dozen experts were asked what cities they think are worth watching now to find out what urban-development policies and experiments currently hold the most
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