The COVID-19 crisis has merely accelerated a transformation of work life that has been decades in the making.
COVID-19 started a work from home trend that could permanently alter how big cities look, from new parks to cheaper rents.
For centuries, disease outbreaks have forced cities to transform physically and operationally in ways that ultimately benefited all residents going forward.
Outbreaks of communicable disease have a long history of changing cities for the better. London's sewer network was constructed following the cholera epidemic in the 1850s, and building ...
The development of cities has been by affected by disease for centuries, so what legacy will Covid-19 leave on urban life?
The pandemic will change urban life forever. We asked 11 leading global experts in urban policy, planning, history, and health for their predictions.
Some city planners implement equity planning; evaluating urban planning decisions through the prism of how they would affect the least advantaged residents.
The challenges to cities posed by the COVID-19 epidemic are enormous, argues Canadian urban designer Ken Greenberg in this interview conducted for the podcast This Is Democracy. But the ...