In response to changing demographics and the challenges posed by an increase in urban concentration, governments must find new ways to ensure long-term social and economic stability. Here to speak with us about the shift away from focus that is purely on material growth, and towards an emphasis on sustainability and well-being, is Takehiko Nagumo. Mr. Nagumo is Director of the Smart City Institute in Japan and developed the Livable Well-Being City Indicator.
Smart urban development: can sustainable suburbs be created?
Las Condes' Journey to Becoming a Smart City
Are Proprietary Solutions Delaying Smart Cities' Development?
What is Smart Prague about?
Is Barcelona a Smart City?
Anibal Gaviria, Antioquia | A Planetary Goal for Equity
Engaging Citizens for a Collective Future
Crowdsourcing: 6 examples of public participation in urban management
André Guimaraes, Ubiwhere | Cities as Living Organisms: Activating the City Nervous System
Madinah City: When Tradition and Culture Meet Innovation and Tech
Smart City Institute Japan: A Shift Towards Sustainability & Wellbeing
Sorigué: A New Water Mining Project to Upgrade Cities Infrastructure
Pontus Westerberg, UN-Habitat: Internet Connectivity in a World with 3.7B People Still Offline
Tatiana Gallego, Inter-American Development Bank: Adaptive Housing and Construction Decarbonization
Jeff Merritt, World Economic Forum | How Can Cities Improve Their Technological Governance?
Berlin & Amsterdam | Designing the City from The Bottom-Up
Amparo Marco, City of Castelló | Creative Ideas and Solutions to Urban Challenges
Hayes Culleton Group | How Collaborative Governance Influences City Success
Five towns shaped by entrepreneurs
Opening the Future of Cities through SusHi Tech from Tokyo
Transforming cities: towards greener, innovative and fairer urban futures
Collaborative Governance for a Shared Future
Africa and smart cities: between a necessity and an emergency
Haiti and its cities: a history of failure and resilience
Why do some smart cities fail?
Innovative experiences in social services - social innovation and new tecnologies
Madinah, where technology meets tranquility
Island countries: small countries with major challenges
Smart growth vs new urbanism
Smart cities in the United States: which ones are making it to the top and their peculiarities
Israel's Smart Cities: Celebrating & sharing employees' and residents' innovation globally
Smart growth: principles and examples of smart urban planning
Why Brisbane will host the 2032 Olympic Games
Ten keys to understand the post-COVID city
Transport Operations Platform: A smart city data platform by Accenture and Microsoft
MUSE by Citegestion unifies the city stakeholders around a digital patform
SAS For Flood Prediction & Preparedness: Improves real-time situational awareness allowing for a proactive response
Kenya's Konza Techno City: Is the project well planned?
Columbus, the smart city leading by example
Innovation and e-governance: which countries are at the forefront of digital government development?
There’s no smart city without a smart government
As cities fill tech gaps, power of smart cities unleashes
Augusto López-Claros | Keynote Session | Lessons from COVID-19 and the Future of the SDGs
Activating Strategic Alliances
Better Together: Partnerships for the Planet
Inauguration: Resilient Governance is Good Governance
Solutions made in South America to challenges in global cities
Smart Cities: What Are the Requirements for Smart Governance?
FOCUS SESSIONS #1 - Local actions tackling global challenges
Proprietary or open-source software? Arguments in favor and against
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