Stories about the new urban reality
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This is how Venice wants to save itself
Sea water levels rose between 10 and 25 centimeters and by 2100 they are expected to rise between 60 and 110 centimeters. Land subsidence and rising sea levels are inevitable, and they are leading to the city sinking even further each time the tides rise, which is occurring more and more often.
How can cities help visually impaired people?
According to the WHO, around 1.3 billion people in the world are affected by some form of visual impairment. Given that an increasing number of people are living in cities, it seems logical to facilitate the lives of people living with visual impairments through accessibility.
Barcelona Provincial Council: this is how a smart region works
Smart regions do not only use technology in search of greater economic efficiency and in terms of infrastructure, but they also seek to improve citizen involvement quality of governance.