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JANUARY 2021


Focus on climate change: coastal cities

TURNING THE TIDE
FOR COASTAL CITIES


With sea levels rising across the world, coastal cities at risk of going under are fighting back with adaptive measures to protect lives, land and infrastructure. We take a look at how some forward-looking cities are holding the water at bay and making plans for safe relocations when necessary. | Feature story »
 

CASE STUDY 14: CREATING
A CITY-WITHIN-A-CITY


A former industrial brownfield site, HafenCity is Hamburg’s new ‘city-within-a-city’ and a role model of inclusive inner-city densification realised through an innovative governance structure and a unique land sales programme. | Read the case study »

INTERVIEW: PETER SMITH ON CREATING MEMORABLE SPACES


In the midst of evolving challenges and contexts, placemaking expert Peter Smith reminds us on why we need to continue to create and manage memorable places and destinations for people. | Read the interview »

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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 »

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Co-organiser: Centre for Liveable Cities
Sponsor: Keppel Corporation
Presented at: World Cities Summit
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