Living in the most polluted parts of a city appears to have a similar effect on your blood pressure as becoming overweight, according to the world’s largest ever study of the effects of fossil fuel emission on human health. Researchers warned their findings showed that current European Union limits on air pollution were not low enough to adequately protect people.
In the newly hip district of Neukölln, locals have joined forces to enact laws against property owners’ attempts to renovate, modernise – and drive up rents. But not everyone thinks this ‘social environment protection’ is good for Berlin
As South Africa’s largest city goes through rapid reinvention, streets once ruled by gangs are increasingly lined with cafes. But to those struggling for a living, the future still appears bleak. Does Johannesburg’s new mayor have an answer?
Cars will be outlawed from 400 miles of Paris streets on Sunday as the French capital joins the likes of Brussels, Bogotá, Jakarta and Copenhagen in marking World Car-Free Day. Isn’t it time for London to join the club?
Author Uzodinma Iweala was born in Washington DC, and says the city ‘is in my blood, my diction and my style’. But how has the city he loves, and where his mother and father worked, changed since his birth?
Cities are like magnets. Without a better model for growth, people will still come – but they will live in awful conditions. This year’s Pritzker prize-winning architect presents his legal, financial and design roadmap to a new urban reality
It might be too late for Williamsburg, Bushwick and Bed-Stuy – but in Crown Heights, tenants have learned a few tricks to prevent the social cleansing of their neighbourhood. Can they succeed where the rest of Brooklyn failed?
This Chinese-backed development has only just got under way, yet is already being heavily marketed in Hong Kong. Liverpool’s mayor says the £200m project will create much-need jobs – but what else will it bring to the city?
From immigration and integration, to concerns over housing, affordability and green space, Eurostat’s Urban Europe 2016 report contains a wealth of statistics on how residents of the EU’s biggest cities feel about where they live
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