Managing solid waste remains a low priority for most Asian cities. Here’s what we have learned needs to change.
Thanks to innovative taxation and urban services reforms, the city is on its way to becoming smart.
Before we take action on traffic, we should look into what causes congestion – and how costly it is to cities.
ADB’s Future Cities program is looking at how to scale up a successful urban transport project in Georgia.
Environmentally friendly urban development should benefit all citizens.
To address water scarcity and security in Asia’s cities, we need a shift in approach and rapid replication of best practices in good leadership, policymaking, and financing.
More than half of ADB blog readers think infrastructure is the key to making our secondary cities not just smart, but also more livable.
If Asian cities are be able to embrace a simpler definition of smart city, then the region’s secondary cities will not be left out of the race.
Twelve more languages are set to follow by 2020 to boost use of the free online platform, originally developed by ADB and the Sustainable Infrastructure Foundation.
Developing countries are well placed to leapfrog directly to water-sensitive cities, rather than follow the organic evolution of urban water infrastructure in developed countries.