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Future Cities

Jun, 2019

What does the city of the future look like? From Porto to Stockholm, New York to London, the Future Cities special report, published in The Times, explores the possibilities, from net-zero carbon buildings to offices which can actually boost productivity and increase engagement. It covers the need for public and private companies to work together in smart city development and how city data is transforming the way we live. Also featured is an infographic looking at the ways urban demographics are changing, and the problems this dramatic shift might cause


More than two thirds of the global population will live in urban areas by 2050, as the number of people in rural areas falls. The impact this will have on city demographics will be profound, but will vary wildly depending on where you live in the world, as data from the United Nations shows...