The future of cities in a postpandemic world

Published in The World

With Robert Muggah

sa. Human behavior is hard to change, but experts say this is an opportunity to create a new normal. Considering that the UN projects 80% of the world’s population to be living in cities by the end of the century, some say a conversation about the future of cities is more urgently needed now than ever. The World’s Bianca Hillier takes a look at what designs are being prioritized around the globe.

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