23 Oct 2019

The Most Congested Cities In Asia 2019

Being stuck in a traffic gridlock could easily ruin a good day. While there are

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18 Oct 2019

The Top 10 Most Resilient Countries In The World 2019

We are living in a world which compels us to constantly take risks. There are

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18 Oct 2019

Three Ways To Stop The Global Economic System Working For Only Rich White Men

Women’s unpaid work is worth $10 trillion annually. Amazon’s Jeff Bezos’s personal wealth dwarves the

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17 Oct 2019

Sweden Ranked As The Most Reputable Country In The World For 2019

When it comes to a country’s reputation, bigger definitely isn’t better. With a combined population

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17 Oct 2019

How Can We Design Sustainable Urban Lighting For Our Cities

We might be taking it for granted for now, but the introduction of lighting in

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16 Oct 2019

World Food Day 2019: All You Need To Know About Global Hunger

October 16 is World Food Day. This is a day to promote awareness and collective

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14 Oct 2019

Does Your City Celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day?

Columbus Day commemorates the arrival of Christopher Columbus to the Americas back on October 12,

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14 Oct 2019

Queen’s Speech 2019: The Queen Has Spoken. Let Us Just Get On With It.

Today, October 14, marks the State Opening of Parliament ceremony which formally starts the parliamentary

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11 Oct 2019

Impeachment Won’t Save America’s Democracy

So it’s official: The U.S. House of Representatives, led by Speaker Nancy Pelosi, is moving

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10 Oct 2019

Cities Alive: Designing For Urban Childhoods

Much of the things we do right now will heavily impact future generations. This goes

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10 Oct 2019

Hong Kong Is One Of The Most Unequal Cities In The World. So Why Aren’t The Protesters Angry At The Rich And Powerful?

There have been many explanations for the turmoil in Hong Kong, with protests still ongoing.

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09 Oct 2019

Critical Factors For Mitigating Car Traffic In Cities

Car traffic is a very much present problem in almost all — if not all

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08 Oct 2019

Protecting Children’s Data Privacy In The Smart City

The devices that we use have unique identifiers. With cross-browser fingerprinting, the data we generate

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07 Oct 2019

Examining Inequality: A Gates Foundation Report

In the midst of the growth and development in our world, there are those who

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07 Oct 2019

The Future Of Urban Consumption In A 1.5°C World

In order to maintain a climate-safe future,  the world needs to stay within the established

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04 Oct 2019

The Joker’s Origin Story Comes At A Perfect Moment: Clowns Define Our Times

The joker, the trickster, the jester, the provocateur – there is a rich cultural history

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04 Oct 2019

The Countries With The Best Work-Life Balance

Getting the dynamic between work and other aspects of life can get real tricky. Which

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04 Oct 2019

The History Of The People’s Republic Of China – Through 70 Years Of Mass Parades

Traditionally in China, 70 is an auspicious number. A person who reaches 70 is considered

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03 Oct 2019

Pathological Power: The Danger Of Governments Led By Narcissists And Psychopaths

After spending his early life suffering under the Nazis and then Stalin, the Polish psychologist

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02 Oct 2019

5 US Cities With The Most Homeless People

While the United States enjoy one of the strongest economies in the world, the benefits

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02 Oct 2019

Dude! Where’s My Democracy?

People turn to authoritarian leaders not because they distrust democracy but because our system is

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02 Oct 2019

A More Intelligent System For The Scooter Wars

Startups racing to deploy rentable electric scooters around the world seem to be following Facebook

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02 Oct 2019

Smart Cities Could Give The Visually Impaired A New Outlook On Urban Life

Travelling to work, meeting friends for a catch-up or just doing some shopping are often

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01 Oct 2019

We Can’t Save The Planet Unless We Fix Our Destructive Throwaway Economy

Extending the lifetime of all washing machines, notebooks, vacuum cleaners and smartphones in the EU

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30 Sep 2019

Quality Of Nationality Index: What Is Your Nationality’s Worth?

Deeply saddening, yes, but the reality that can be observed in this world is that

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30 Sep 2019

Rethinking Urban Mobility

Cities are the drivers of change. If there is one aspect where cities haven’t driven

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29 Sep 2019

Not convinced on the need for urgent climate action? Here’s what happens to our planet between 1.5°C and 2°C of global warming

Many numbers are bandied around in climate emergency discussions. Of them, 1.5°C is perhaps the

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28 Sep 2019

UN Climate Action Summit Missed A Key Ingredient: Climate Action

A summer of civil unrest. A global climate strike bringing millions of people to the

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27 Sep 2019

Growing Pain: The Delusion Of Boundless Economic Growth

Gambling on a future of continued economic growth is a bad bet with long odds

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26 Sep 2019

What To Watch Out On Ontario Culture Days 2019

Ontario Culture Days is happening this coming September 27-29. This year’s edition is a big one

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26 Sep 2019

8 Most Sustainable Countries Around The World

From plastic-filled oceans and climate change to poor healthcare systems and unequal pay, sustainability is

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25 Sep 2019

Is Mental Rigidity Associated With Political Zeal?

Our world is shaping up to be one filled with extreme opinions and polarizing beliefs.

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25 Sep 2019

Climate Emergency: Why Global Mobilization Is So Important

This climate crisis is almost irreversible, and it is global. And global and irreversible should

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23 Sep 2019

How Data Is Powering Smart City Micromobility And Public Transport

The massive volumes of information brought upon by the digital age allow us to move

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23 Sep 2019

The Future Of Air Travel: The Future Ready Airport

The aviation industry literally moves the world and air travel has now become an important

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20 Sep 2019

What Will Define The Smart Cities Of The Future

Over the last decade or so, smart devices have gradually started to become ubiquitous. From

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20 Sep 2019

Combatting Climate Change Doesn’t Mean Abandoning Growth – But It Does Require Tough Choices

With the right combination of policies, we can increase living standards and mitigate global warming

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17 Sep 2019

The Most Surveilled Cities In The World

There are times that you feel like you’re being watched. If you are in these

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14 Sep 2019

Is Global Recession Inevitable For 2020?

With the on-going trade wars amongst other things happening in the world, it is hard

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13 Sep 2019

Top 10 Destinations For Expats 2019

Planning to work or live outside your country? InterNation’s sixth edition of the Expat Insider,

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12 Sep 2019

Is There Such Thing As A ‘European Identity’?

The outcome of the UK’s 2016 referendum on EU membership has sent shockwaves across Europe.

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11 Sep 2019

Could We Have Prevented The Collapse Of The World Trade Center?

This day marks the tragic 9/11 attacks. One can perhaps vividly remember the tragic collapse

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11 Sep 2019

The Impact Of Immigration On EU Countries’ Nationalistic Sentiments

From the United Kingdom to Italy, Austria, and other European countries, recent elections have shown

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10 Sep 2019

Designing For Future Ready Cities

Engineering has always been about building for what lies ahead, creating lasting legacies in the

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09 Sep 2019

How People Talk Now Holds Clues About Human Migration Centuries Ago

Often, you can tell where someone grew up by the way they speak. For example,

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08 Sep 2019

International Literacy Day 2019: Literacy and Multilingualism

September 8 is International Literacy Day (ILD), as proclaimed by the United Nations Educational, Scientific,

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06 Sep 2019

The Economic Impact Of Closing The Racial Wealth Gap

The United States is one of the world’s largest economic power and this is shown

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06 Sep 2019

No More Record Highs: Addressing The Plight Of Children Trapped In Armed Conflict

United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA)  recently organized a symposium in Mazar-e-Sharif in Afghanistan

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05 Sep 2019

Damage Estimates For Hurricanes Like Dorian Don’t Capture The Full Cost Of Climate Change-Fueled Disasters

Scientists say climate change is causing powerful hurricanes like Dorian to increasingly stall over coastal

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04 Sep 2019

The Amazon Fire Crisis Has Been 500 Years In The Making – As Brazil’s Indigenous People Know Only Too Well

São Paulo – the largest city in the Americas – was recently plunged into darkness

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