Utrecht: Planning for People & Bikes, Not for Cars


Dutch city of Utrecht, which is successively banning cars from its city centre and expanding its bicycle infrastructure instead.

What Chile’s Protests Reveal About the Country’s Transport Inequalities


The difficulties in Santiago show the importance of considering equity and access for all in urban planning - by Darío Hidalgo in The CityFix

1.5°C Cities: the why, what and how of urban climate leadership


Ambitious action by cities is absolutely critical to respond to the climate emergency.

Vernetzungstreffen für kommunale Fachleute


Die Dokumentation des Vernetzungstreffens ist nun online

10 things to know about the impacts of urbanisation


By 2050, 6.5 billion people will live in urban centres – two-thirds of the projected world population.

Everything You Need to Know About the Fastest-Growing Source of Global Emissions: Transport


People and goods are on the move faster and farther than ever. Transport, in fact, eats up a significant portion of our carbon budget.

Our cities, through our eyes


The stories of three cities, through the lenses of 60 children

Beyond Urban: City-Region Food Systems for Resilient and Sustainable Development


How this may look like can be seen when looking at the City Regions Food System presented by Michela Carucci, Roman Malec, and Guido Santini at URBANET