For the first time in history, the majority of the earth’s population lives in cities. How can we think about creating meaningful change in the developing world's cities? Organized by Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, this project (on view at the United Nations) brings together 60 projects, proposals, and solutions that address these complex issues. The "Design with the Other 90%: Cities" website brings together some of these projects with an interactive "Solutions" map on the homepage. Visitors can click on the various locations to learn about the projects in each major urban area, some of which include water reclamation projects and low-cost housing units. Also, the homepage includes some featured themes such as "Access", "Adapt", and "Exchange". Here visitors can learn about solutions that improve access to water, sanitation, electricity, health, transportation, and education. Visitors can also join the discussion of such issues via the forums here, or also offer their comment on the blog.