News & Voices Mag Observatory PODCAST Radar EVENTS 2022 2021 2020 About Log inSign up Hot topics > Energy & Environment Governance Mobility Enabling Technologies Living & Inclusion Infrastructure & Building Economy Safety & Security Cities need to be redesigned for the climate crisis. Can they make us happy, too? My listShareShareCities need to be redesigned for the climate crisis. Can they make us happy, too?It’s tempting to draw lines on a map, but we can’t forget that cities should be designed for the people who live there.+INFO: The GuardianImages: The GuardianTagstomorrow.observatorySmart CityRelated PostsNew smart cities can’t escape the same old problemsWhy Japan is building smart cities from scratchContent Pills #5: The urgency and importance of population issuesMediterranean cities: Tackling socio-economic tensions and vulnerabilitiesContent Pills #4: 10 New Smart Cities Books To Read this 2022 SummerA Somali boy's mission to find food as climate change takes its tollThe smart city is a perpetually unrealized utopiaThe ultimate guide to purposeful productivity (your mental health will thank you)Expo City Dubai will be car-free, fully pedestrianisedWhat Does the Future Hold for Coastal Cities Following the Aftermaths of Climate Change?Bird Secures Green Light to Expand Service in New York City and Washington, D.C.Turning Cities Into Sponges to Save Lives and PropertyHow Barcelona’s ‘superblocks’ could work in other citiesCities need to be redesigned for the climate crisis. Can they make us happy, too?'Museum of the future' explores Dubai’s role in inspiring smart, sustainable future citiesHow these 13 women are driving city innovations around the worldLessons from nine urban areas using data to drive local sustainable developmentClimate migration—deepening our solutionsPost-Covid Cities Need To Be Smart CitiesAugmented reality’s half-decade of stagnation Thank you for registering to Tomorrow.City. You can now start exploring all the content for free!