The Economic and Social Power of Walkable Cities
Over the last few years, the way Americans move around has changed remarkably, especially among young people. Previously the automobile was people’s...
C40: New case study library showcases world-leading city solutions
C40 is pleased to launch a new Case Study Library – making it easier than ever for city officials, researchers, and urban stakeholders to explore the growing collection of more than 500 unique, wor...
How do you build a healthy city? Copenhagen reveals its secrets | Environment
The Danish capital ranks high on the list of the world’s healthiest and happiest cities. With obesity and depression on the rise worldwide, here are its lessons for how to combat them culturally
Kids and the city: how do you build the perfect space for children?
Designing the best cities for children involves recognising their right to play as well as learn, says groundbreaking kindergarten architect Takaharu Tezuka
'If we wanted beauty, we'd travel to Paris': how Calgary resisted its iconic pedestrian bridge
The controversial Peace Bridge is now one of the most-used walking and cycling routes in Calgary. A councillor who supported it reveals the project’s stormy process
La transformation de Montréal en images, d'hier à aujourd'hui
Construction de gratte-ciel, destruction de bâtiments patrimoniaux, densification et développement parfois sauvage. Montréal a grandement changé de visage depuis un siècle. Voici des lieux mythiques (ou pas) d'hier à aujourd'hui.