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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
What Makes a City Great? It's not the Liveability but the Loveability  
Irene Pedruelo 04/22/15
A conversation about cities, suburbs, and the consequences of exporting the "Western" city model to the world with Ethan Kent, senior vice president of Project for Public Spaces. >Ideas >Innovations
Let’s All Slow Down . . . Time to Prioritize People over Cars on our City Streets  
Slow Streets 02/27/15
New research supports the need for North American cities to really shift towards "slower" modes like walking and cycling. >Ideas >Innovations
Slow Streets
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Slow Streets
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Evan O'Neil
Evan O'Neil joined Carnegie Council in 2003 and was editor of Policy Innovations from 2010-2014. >Innovators >People
Carlo Ratti
Carlo Ratti is a member of the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council on Future Cities, and the curator of the Future Food District pavilion at the 2015 World Expo in Milan. >Innovators >People
Matthew Claudel
Matthew Claudel is a research fellow at the MIT Senseable City Laboratory. >Innovators >People
The Urban Village   Transcript
Carlo Ratti, Matthew Claudel 11/04/14
Computational social science is showing why cities thrive. When a city doubles in size, every measure of economic activity increases by about 15 percent per capita. >Ideas >Commentary
China Must Stop Building Car-Centered Cities   Transcript
10/17/14
Urban planner Peter Calthorpe calls for an end to China's car-centered approach to urban development, and offers alternatives >Ideas >Commentary
Olivia Boyd
Olivia Boyd is a journalist and editor based in London. >Innovators >People
How I Brought a River, and My City, Back to Life  
Aziza Chaouni 08/25/14
An architect in Fez, Morocco is converting a polluted and sewage-filled river in her hometown into a usable, public space. >Ideas >Video
Henry Grabar
Henry Grabar is a freelance writer and a former fellow at The Atlantic Cities. >Innovators >People
Medellín: A Light Unto Cities  
Joseph Stiglitz 05/16/14
Once notorious for its drug gangs, the tale of the Medellín's innovative transformation holds important lessons for urban areas everywhere. >Ideas >Innovations
Community Justice in Liberia Emerges from Design Thinking  
Blair Glencorse 05/01/14
An experiment in design thinking has jump-started a mediation program in a neighborhood of Monrovia that was underserved by the justice system. >Ideas >Innovations
Eugene Leong
Eugene Leong is a visiting professor at Peking University, in the College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering. >Innovators >People
China Has a Long Path Ahead on Clean Air: Lessons from San Fran  
Eugene Leong 04/22/14
Former San Francisco planning advisor Eugene Leong gives ten key policy lessons for China's leadership on mitigating air pollution. >Ideas >Innovations
Kavitha Rajagopalan
Kavitha Rajagopalan is a senior fellow at Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs. >Innovators >People

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