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FEBRUARY 2021


Focus on climate change — clean construction
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CLEANING UP 
CONSTRUCTION


By targeting pollutive construction, cities can eliminate a significant portion of their greenhouse gas emissions and clear their path to a more sustainable future. These are some of the cities leading the way through measures such as mandating zero-emissions construction sites, developing low-carbon materials and 3D-printing buildings. | Feature story »
 

CASE STUDY 15: KEEPING THE MEGACITY ON THE MOVE

 
Well known and often envied for its reliability and efficiency, Tokyo's highly extensive train network is developed over some 60 years, anticipating and growing in tandem with Japan's capital and most important city. | Read the case study »

INTERVIEW: YURIKO KOIKE ON THE 'NEW NORMAL' IN TOKYO


Governor Yuriko Koike shares how the Tokyo Metropolitan Government is working to shape a ‘new normal’ for the city that embraces diversity and inclusiveness and addresses the needs of the vulnerable amid the coronavirus pandemic. | 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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