Future City 2030

The fourth industrial revolution has arrived just as the planet urgently needs to decarbonise in the face of climate change. A city’s ability to cope and thrive in the years ahead will depend on meeting the challenges this presents – to embed renewables, to rethink transport and to grow sustainably

by Simon Rees

One thing about the future is certain: life for most people is going to be urban; the number of people living in cities is already nearing 4 billion and will continue to climb, according to the United Nations (UN).

The global population is . . .

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