“Most cities are still lagging when it comes to processing and converting this information in a way that can improve lives and save the planet,” writes Robert Muggah.
"The rampant spread of climate misinformation and disinformation has potentially dire implications for the Amazon Basin," cowrites Robert Muggah in the Washington Post.
Geographically targeted economic development strategies can serve as an antidote to political extremism in formerly industrial regions.
"Ukraine’s extraordinary riches in energy, minerals, and agriculture are a prize for the Kremlin," writes Nonresident Senior Fellow Robert Muggah in Foreign Policy.
Ahead of Arbor Day, Nonresident Senior Fellow Karen Weigert discusses efforts in Chicago to create more wetlands and plant trees with WBEZ’s Reset.
A new study reveals the place-based grievances stoking right-wing populism in German industrial regions.
Nonresident Fellow and Emerging Leader alumnus Endy Zemenides shares his perspective on global cities and Cyprian independence with Makis Provatas.
“Transatlantic effort to accelerate economic change in industrial heartland regions has huge implications,” cowrites John Austin in the National Interest.
The Great Powers and Urbanizations Channel unifies discourse between national security officials and urbanists, explains Ian Klaus in the Diplomatic Courier.
Kyiv, a capital city under siege, falters under the dangers of urbicide. As the victor emerges, so too does a new world order.