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Whitney Eulich
Whitney Eulich is studying toward a master of international affairs at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs. She focuses on the use of media and communications in conflict resolution and peace-building. >Innovators >People
Dani Simons
Dani Simons is director of communications and marketing at the Institute for Transportation & Development Policy. >Innovators >People
Mathew Pokoik
Mathew Pokoik is a photographer, arts activist, educator, and arts administrator. >Innovators >People
"Streetfight" by Janette Sadik-Khan   Transcript
Amrita Gupta 03/16/16
In "Streetfight" Sadik-Khan breaks down her achievements into replicable ideas for urban planners and traffic engineers everywhere, and she also reminds us that the fight for a better city isn't over. >Ideas >Commentary
How Does Globalization Impact on a City Like Johannesburg?   Transcript
02/12/16
Continuing exclusionary development and deeper fragmentation threaten Johannesburg's future. >Ideas >Commentary
Alex Schafran
Alex Schafran is a lecturer in Geography at the University of Leeds. >Innovators >People
Can the University Help Make Better Cities?  
Alex Schafran 12/21/15
We need 21st-century institutions for 21st-century urbanization and cities. If we have the courage to reimagine and remake them, universities can be at the heart of this project. >Ideas >Innovations
Silicon Valley Everywhere   Transcript
12/18/15
For the first time, "unicorns" (start-ups that reach a valuation of more than $1 billion) are no longer the exclusive preserve of the United States. >Ideas >Commentary
Building Cities from Scratch: Is There a Formula for a Sustainable City?   Transcript
Elizabeth Rapoport 11/02/15
In the contemporary urban development industry ideas travel in the context of a commercial transaction in which practitioners are hired to provide a service. >Ideas >Commentary
Elizabeth Rapoport
Dr Elizabeth Rapoport is a research associate in the City Leadership Initiative within the University College London Department of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Public Policy (STEaPP). >Innovators >People
Africa's Urban Opportunity   Transcript
10/21/15
Trevor Manuel & Felipe Calderón highlight the continent's unique chance to build prosperous and climate-smart cities. >Ideas >Commentary
Can Cities Save the World?  
Irene Pedruelo, David Nelson 10/19/15
A conversation with David Nelson, head of design at Foster + Partners architecture and design studio, on Masdar City and the sustainable cities of the future. >Ideas >Innovations
Chris Kennedy
Chris Kennedy is a professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Toronto. >Innovators >People
Wealth and Resource Consumption of Megacities   Transcript
Chris Kennedy 09/08/15
How can megacities address global environmental challenges? A new study shows how ultra-dense city planning can be part of the solution. >Ideas >Commentary
The Surprising Math of Cities and Corporations  
09/04/15
Physicist Geoffrey West has found that wealth, crime rate, amount of pedestrians, pace, and many other aspects of a city can be deduced from a single number: the city's population. >Ideas >Video
The Shareable Future of Cities  
09/02/15
How can cities help save the future? Futurist Alex Steffen shows how. >Ideas >Video
Why Eco-Cities Fail   Transcript
08/28/15
A new book explores the failed promise of Dongtan eco-city outside Shanghai and why so many other ambitious green projects lie abandoned. >Ideas >Commentary
Chaos is an Order We Don't Understand   Transcript
Aseem Inam 06/10/15
Although many are among of the oldest in the world, cities in Africa, Asia, and Latin America are often defined as "chaotic." What can we learn from this apparent contradiction? >Ideas >Commentary
Aseem Inam
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Save Our Soils   Transcript
04/29/15
Healthy soils are crucial to human survival. We rely on them not only for food production, but also to help regulate Earth's climate, storing more carbon than all of the world’s forests combined. >Ideas >Commentary

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