Seoul: the blockchain city


About the city’s bold new strategy to become a global leader in blockchain technology by Jonathan Andrews in Cities Today

Netherlands to develop “metro-like” urban rail system...

14/02/2019 handle up to 40 percent growth in public transport until 2040. An article by Michiel Modijefsky published in Eltis

Who knows best? Cities consult citizens for fresh ideas


Gathering public input on government plans, often via digital tools, is a growing trend at municipal and national levels - an article by Sophie Davies in "This is Place"

Mobilising municipalities for global engagement


Run by the Service Agency Communities in One World, this campaign aims to get municipalities involved in local development cooperation by providing them with tips and introductory information.

Wanted: Climate-active municipality 2019


The competition is initiated by the German Institute of Urban Affairs and the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety. Closing date is March 31st, 2019.

In Asia's space-starved cities, urban planners bring 'dead' land to life


Rina Chandran in "This is Place" about new ideas in urban planning in dense areas of cities

How Will Women Fare as Cities Grow Dramatically? The Data Are Missing


An assessment of Laura E. Kirkpatrick, published in PassBlue - an independent, women-led journalism site of the UN

"The mobility transition costs money that many cities don't have."


Interview with the President of the Association of German Cities