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Seth Schultz at COP21 in Paris, December 2015. Credit: C40

As more power flows to cities, what role for science?

Habitat X Change
Oct 6, 2016 · 7 min read
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Busan, Korea (Photo: UN Photo)
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Monrovia, Liberia. Photo: UN Photo/Christopher Herwig
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Seth Schultz (third from right) in a panel discussion at the COP21 climate talks in Paris. Photo: IISD Reporting Services

Sustainable Urban Futures

Habitat X Change is connecting the dots between science…

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A place to meet and exchange ideas on the future of cities at #Habitat3

Sustainable Urban Futures

Habitat X Change is connecting the dots between science, design and urban planning, in order to jointly work towards a better future for cities.

Habitat X Change

Written by

A place to meet and exchange ideas on the future of cities at #Habitat3

Sustainable Urban Futures

Habitat X Change is connecting the dots between science, design and urban planning, in order to jointly work towards a better future for cities.

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