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JUN 2020


Special feature on building skywards
The announcement of 2020 Prize Laureate is postponed to a later date due to the ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic. | More info

OUT OF THIN AIR


Cities with growing populations and limited space are increasingly turning to the vacant space above their railway tracks and low-rise buildings to construct new homes, offices, parks and other essential infrastructure and amenities. In this issue, we look at some of these cities looking to build skywards. | Feature story »

10 WAYS DRONES
ARE RESHAPING CITIES

 
More cities are taking to drones and other unmanned aircraft to boost their emergency services, fight crime and achieve other goals. These are 10 examples of how cities are tapping the aerial technologies and ensuring their proper use. | Find out more »

CASE STUDY 08:
INCLUSIVE SOCIAL POLICIES
IN SUZHOU
 

Besides economic development and environmental protection, the 2014 Prize Laureate Suzhou introduced innovative social policies to ensure fair and equal treatment for all for a sustained future. Read the case study »

— PREVIOUS FEATURES —


On food resilience ➜ Feeding the city – the growth of urban agriculture
On urban farming in cities ➜ 10 cities that promote urban farming
Case study 07 ➜  Balancing the old and new
About the Prize
A biennial international award that honours outstanding achievements and contributions to the creation of liveable, vibrant and sustainable urban communities around the world. | More info »

Sponsor: Keppel Corporation
Secretariat: Urban Redevelopment Authority
Co-organiser: Centre for Liveable Cities
Presented at: World Cities Summit
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