Focus on the "City of the Future": ages 15-18Updated on 02.20.2024
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The world is becoming more 'urban'. Giant cities, but also the exponential growth of cities with 100,000 inhabitants are changing the way we live in cities. The city of the future, coping with the impacts of climate change, will modify its organization in all sectors: transport, housing, waste, urban planning and the environment. This evolution will be based on technological innovations, with the massive contribution of digital technology, but also on the new uses and new behaviors of the citizens that will depend on you. Here’s an overview in France and around the world.
Challenges for the Cities of the Future
According to the United Nations (U.N.), 68% of the world’s population will live in urban areas by 2050, compared with 2% at the beginning of the 19th century, 30% in 1950 and 55% in 2018. Given this trend, what can be done to ensure cities stay pleasant, unpolluted places to live, with low greenhouse gas emissions so as not to make global warming worse?
Masdar City: A City Laboratory Open to the World
Masdar City is a paradox. Despite having virtually no residents.
City of the Future Quiz
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