Four perspectives establish a vision for Perth in 2050.
A set of Drivers of Change cards specially curated by Tim Jarvis, environmental scientist and explorer.
The circular economy model aims to decouple economic growth from resource consumption.
Cities Alive: Towards a walking world highlights the significant social, economic, environmental and political benefits of walking.
The Cities Alive workshop cards are designed to explore issues that will shape the future of cities.
A publication exploring trends and scenarios for the future of urban water utilities in 2040.
A research programme and report, which explores the future of green infrastructure in the design and function of cities.
Why is this important? Collaborative consumption, micro-preneurs and “reputational capital” should be interesting to anyone thinking about how to support city systems that engage citizens. Reputational capital is about power, trust and influence.