The global alliances and networks forged by major cities like New York can help President-elect Joe Biden repair America’s damaged international relationships.
This blog is about the role global cities play around the world and the urgent need to adapt governance practices.
Council expert Ian Klaus examines how history will remember the almost simultaneous global mobilization of policy and resources, as well as local urban adaptations and interventions.
The coronavirus crisis stands to dramatically reshape cities around the world. But the biggest revolutions in urban space may have begun before the pandemic.
Will COVID-19 change how cities are designed? Michele Acuto of the Connected Cities Lab talks about density, urbanization and pandemic preparation.
With so much activity around cities in today's world, there is a lot to track. Here are ten trends in 2020 to watch where cities will be particularly influential on the global stage.
Ian Klaus unpacks a French writer's short publication from 1975 and points out, "nearly half a century later, it's a remarkable document of what’s since changed, and also of what hasn't."
The proposed "City and State Diplomacy Act" would establish an ambassador for subnational engagements by state and municipal governments.
Convenings of experts call attention to that which scientists and policymakers don’t know. These “knowledge gaps,” it turns out, are especially prevalent in the urban domain.