Copenhagen has become the model city for mobility through cycling and the Danish capital has now set its sights on becoming the first carbon neutral city by 2025. William Thorpe talked to the Lord Mayor about his ambitious plans to reduce emissions.Read more
Jonathan Andrews talked to Walter Hook, CEO, Institute for Transportation and Development Policy, at their headquarters in New York.Read more
Holding a prestigious event such as the Olympics or the FIFA World Cup is a great marketing opportunity for a city but does it really provide long-term benefits? By Kirsty TuxfordRead more
With over 160 versions in 23 countries operating or under construction, Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) systems have become one of the best options to improve urban transport. Nick Michell reveals how a new BRT network launched by C40 is helping cities exchange their mobility knowledgeRead more
Forty-five leading local elected US officials have agreed to create more resilient cities, towns, and counties in the face of unprecedented extreme weather and energy challenges that threaten communities across the country.
A new app called Health Choices will provide users in the UK with access to much of the information on the existing National Health Service (NHS) Choices website through the convenience of their smartphone.
Today at the World Cities Summit Mayors Forum, Bilbao City Council of Spain and the German Marshall Fund (GMF) of the United States signed a partnership agreement to foster joint urban leadership and to train local leaders.
A new smartphone app launched by the city of Santander, Spain, will allow citizens to become actively involved in the development of the city through the real time reporting of events.
The C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group (C40) and the Urban Land Institute (ULI) today announced a global partnership to advance investments related to energy conservation and carbon emission reduction in existing buildings in cities around the world.
Copenhagen has become the model city for mobility through cycling and the Danish capital has now set its sights on becoming the first carbon neutral city by 2025. William Thorpe talked to the Lord Mayor about his ambitious plans to reduce emissions.