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Frankfurt at the top; again.

by Renard Teipelke Before I actually start with the topic, I would like to contend: Once a city is at the top of statistical economic rankings, it is in a quite good position to stay there. Just refer to New … Continue reading

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Guest Article: Skywalks in Hong Kong and their Consequences on Urban Communities

by Patricia Woo [1] Higher-density living has been long explored as a means to contain urban sprawl.  Past research has found many environmental benefits with this strategy – reduction in carbon dioxide emissions, using less land and reducing air pollution and … Continue reading

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Curitiba: Latin America’s Green City

by Hans Pul In this post I will argue that good urban planning can be of great value for places and their branding efforts. Cities with good urban planning get noticed. This is important, especially for relatively unknown non-capital cities … Continue reading

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