My 2 takeaways from the World Urban Forum are that there’s enough money to fund projects, and we need to implement global agendas.
To go beyond infrastructure, we must empower people.
A proper balance of grey and green infrastructure is crucial to make Asia’s cities more resilient.
The biggest constraint to establishing proper urban waste disposal facilities in the country is refusing to accept them in your own city.
Clean, safe water is crucial for urban slums. Green technologies can deliver water services that revitalize informal settlements.
Preserving urban heritage helps local industries develop, and provides income opportunities for citizens.
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.