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How to build resilient cities without wrecking the environment
“What happens if the water temperature rises by a few degrees?” is the 2018 International Year of the Reef leading question.
South African cities short of cemetery space
In the middle of the vast Avalon cemetery in Johannesburg's Soweto township, two gravediggers shoveled soil out of an old grave containing remains buried years ago.
AI could help cities detect expensive water leaks
Costly water losses in municipal water systems could be significantly reduced using sensors and new artificial intelligence (AI) technology.
Air pollution levels ‘forcing families to move out of cities’
An increasing number of parents are shunning good schools because of the local air quality while some are even looking to move out of cities altogether, as fears over the effects of diesel emissions on health mount.
Spanish cities grappling with invasion of electric scooters
Cities across Spain are grappling with electric scooters that have popped up on sidewalks across the country, helping riders zip around but exasperating drivers and pedestrians.
Which cities will sink into sea first? Maybe not the ones you expect
Better scientific understanding of global warming makes the discussion about its geopolitical consequences increasingly urgent.
World marks Quds Day, slams Israeli crimes
People across Iran and other countries rallied on the International Quds Day to show their solidarity with Palestinians and condemn Israel’s decades-long occupation and atrocities.
Cars are ruining our cities
We might be living through a new age of miracles. Last month, Los Angeles decided against adding lanes to a freeway, an unexpected move in a city that has mistakenly thought for years that more lanes mean fewer traffic jams.
Wealthy people in US moving into wealthy cities
Research from economist Issi Romem has found that new residents coming into cities like New York, Miami and Los Angeles are making significantly more money than residents who are leaving, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Why cities are on the front lines of the climate change fight
In the last few years, the international community has made incredible strides towards addressing climate change and sustainability at a global level. Recently adopted international frameworks such as the 2015 Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have set concrete targets to help the global community address the causes and effects of climate change.
Cities may need to act on climate change
The Trump administration may believe that climate change is a hoax invented by the Chinese, but Moody’s Investor Services is taking it quite seriously.

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