To stay competitive, cities must become healthy, livable places for an emerging urban society which has more older people and fewer children.
Stefan prepares and administers integrated economic and urban development projects, promoting socially inclusive and environmentally sound livable cities. He also supports policy and capacity development including for urban climate change adaptation, urban-rural integration, green open space protection and city cluster development, mostly assisting the People's Republic of China.
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As urbanization and aging trends continue, sustainable development will depend on making cities more livable, environmentally friendly, socially inclusive, and competitive.
The PRC can learn from international examples of metropolitan governance, adapting them to its own urban development requirements.