… that social aspects and social functions in urban development planning gain more attention in city-making.
This wonderful analysis by Dr. Rita Padawangi is contextualizing, reflecting and comparing the…
Truong Hoang Truong, Truong Thanh Thao and Son Thanh Tung
| Economy of tomorrow
… impact of urban planning on mobility and housing in Vietnam.
The rapid urban growth of Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC), driven by economic development and massive immigration, has put huge pressure on the natural…
| Climate change, Economy of tomorrow
… and international cooperation of municipalities, including the head of the energy department of the city of Hamburg’s Ministry of Environment and Energy, as well as an emissions market expert at the European…
…Jakarta (Indonesia) – Using, appropriating and managing the city is at the very heart of our collective existence, says Marco Kusumawijaya, architect, urban planner and activist, in an interview for FES in Asia.
to Wednesday, 12.06.19
- Cebu, Philippines
The group of feminists will also meet local initiatives and representatives of the city council in Cebu City to learn about community responses and governance initiatives against gender-based…
… is very positive,” said Programme Officer Artanti Wardhani, known as Dhani. She said the Social City programme has also helped her to better understand the perspective of some Jakarta residents.
“I grew up…
| Cooperation for Peace and Security
… who was in Mongolia in the second half of 2017 for an exchange of experiences with politicians and city officials in Ulaanbaatar, the country’s capital, on the challenge of urbanization and growing cities.…
… have far-reaching consequences.
“With a planet destined to add 2.5 billion urban dwellers by 2050, city policy makers must be at the forefront of our efforts to create more and better jobs.”
It is time to link…
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