Author | Diana PardoSustainability, technological optimisation and the need for boundaries are three of the factors that are important to youngsters for the cities of today and tomorrow. The global population is growing at an accelerated rate, as is life expectancy. It is clear that the world’s population is heading toward urban areas, therefore, it is essential to implement specific measures that guarantee the survival and quality of life of its inhabitants.A more efficient and responsible use of energy resources, breathing new life into public spaces, using ICTs and introducing green areas into cities, are just some of the elements that are important to the younger population. It is therefore obvious that, in order to take advantage of all their ingenuity and creativity, a transformation in the education system is essential if we are to maximise these skills and adapt to the new era of knowledge.
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