LSE Cities has launched a new free online resource, supported by the Higher Education Innovation Fund, which shows the impact of economic recession and recovery in over 150 of Europe’s largest metropolitan areas.
A new report from LSE Cities looks in depth at what makes Stockholm a leader for green economic growth – and what this means for other cities.Going Green offers a fresh perspective on the environmental challenges that cities face, along with the opportunities and barriers to going green and fostering economic growth, and provides a comprehensive overview of the experiences of cities around the world as they make the transition to a green economy.
LSE Cities is an international centre at the London School of Economics and Political Science that carries out research, education and outreach activities in London and abroad. Its mission is to study how people and cities interact in a rapidly urbanising world, focussing on how the design of cities impacts on society, culture and the environment. Through research, conferences, teaching and projects, the centre aims to shape new thinking and practice on how to make cities fairer and more sustainable for the next generation of urban dwellers, who will make up some 70 per cent of the global population by 2050.
This workshop examines concerns about health and illness and the role they play in shaping the governance of urban spaces, populations and bodies.Jun5
LSE Cities and the London Festival of Architecture hosted a lecture by Suzanne Hall on 'Multilingual Streets: London's litmus strips of change', followed by discussion and drinks.
LSE Cities Executive Director Philipp Rode attended the Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum in Bonn to present key results of our Going Green report. The final report of Going Green: How cities are leading the next economy is now available to download from our website. This major global survey of city governments and in depth case studies [...]
Sobia Ahmad Kaker of LSE Cities Urban Uncertainty research project, will be presenting a paper titled ‘Performing security, embodying difference or spatialising violence? Urban enclaves as geopolitical sites’ at a panel co-organised at the British International Studies Association (BISA) conference in Birmingham (20-22 June). The panel is titled ‘Critical Engagement with Political Violence’. You can [...]
On Thursday 13 June, Sobia Ahmed Kaker of LSE Cities Urban Uncertainty research project, was invited to join a group of researchers working on a wide spectrum of issues linked to government and politics in India, Pakistan and Afghanistan to brief specific country research analysts. Sobia presented her work on conflict and governance in Karachi to [...]
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- 4 Jun 2013 | LSE Cities launches new green economy report in partnership with City of Stockholm