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This new series will track and highlight the most important initiatives and the policy issues that must be addressed to enable future generations to live healthier and more prosperous urban lives
Proposal to hit the off switch in Square Mile’s empty offices aims to cut visual pollution and save energy
First rolled out in India, Safetipin is mapping safe and unsafe areas in 65 cities across 16 countries
The FT’s Thriving Cities series asks how we can innovate to make urban living healthier
Uncontrolled din can have a serious impact on the health of urban dwellers
Fifth-generation networks offer higher data speeds and cut delays — to give almost instantaneous response, promising new opportunities and applications for business and consumers. So why has 5G been slow to make an impression on everyday life, and what can we expect next?
‘We need approaches that are inclusive by default’
From parking lots to parklets, the ideas that can reshape our urban spaces
Forum: a greener ‘15-minute’, feminist city — can utopian urban dreams be made real?
Critics say the technology can be a tool for ‘digital authoritarianism’ and leaves countries vulnerable to cyber attack
The cloud has become an integral part of IT systems worldwide, allowing the on-demand access of computer system resources, data storage and additional computing power. What opportunities and challenges can migration to the cloud present? This is the final part of the series.
Contracts could expose councils to cyber attacks or compromise individuals’ privacy
Intelligence chiefs fear Beijing could use it for espionage or the collection of sensitive data
A year of the pandemic has laid bare the flaws of our great metropolises. Here’s how to make them healthier, cheaper and happier
Africa’s coming urbanisation explosion; radical redevelopment in Tokyo; bringing a tech city back to real life; ‘loose fit’ architecture; transport after Covid; urban sustainability; what is a healthy city?; refreshing a New York icon
Different and imaginative uses of space will be crucial to the recovery of urban centres
Real-time monitoring is transforming our ability to nip disease outbreaks in the bud
By deploying the strategy used to fight coronavirus, rush hour could be a thing of the past
The imagined idyll of rural teleworking is merely an economic chimera
Whether pandemic changes geographic advantages depends on policy choices
While electric vehicles and e-scooters are proliferating in cities, challenges remain in rural areas
Covid-19 will create opportunities for those who have been shut out of urban areas
You cannot be in the urban swing of things if there is no swing
Demand for tech services expected partly to counter pandemic downturn
Sidewalk Labs blames coronavirus pandemic for end of three-year project