4 New Ways Of Thinking That Should Shape The Next Century Of Cities | #Collaborative #urban #data | The urban.NET | Scoop.it
In order to thrive over the next century cities will have to change. Here's how.

 

Last week, the Ditchley Foundation in Oxford, England, hosted over 30 academics, practitioners, government, and non-governmental organization leaders from five continents to contemplate the rapid urbanization of the globe and address challenges and opportunities across multiple geographies, economies, and political landscapes.

 

Visit the link to find specific insights and processes that could significantly shape how we think about global cities over the next century.


Via Lauren Moss, Claude Emond