China's Belt and Road Initiative serves as a sweeping urbanization project that aims to draw the world closer to Chinese markets and political influence.
Chicago recently launched a citywide composting initiative to divert food waste from landfills and help reduce greenhouse gas emissions — something other global cities have been tackling for years.
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When applied to water management systems, smart city solutions only reinforce existing processes while making transformative change seem unnecessary.
Integrating migrant children and their parents into local schools also integrates them into the local economy.
When cities host major events, they often make decisions that are good for business but not always good for those who live there.
Nonresident Fellow Sascha Haselmayer discusses his new book, which synthesizes the lessons he learned from his work with cities, governments, and NGOs.
In some of Chicago’s busiest commercial corridors, chambers of commerce and small businesses are coordinating with the city to plug gaps in Chicago’s response to the influx of migrants.
The Music Box Theatre brings international horror films to Chicago because they can make you terrified of things you didn't know you could be afraid of. Curators think audiences' shrieks, shouts, and screams bring people and cultures together.
The digital revolution is rapidly transforming cities, and a new vision and set of protocols is needed for them to leverage the promises of connectivity.