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To celebrate 10 years of the Urban Age Project, organised by LSE Cities and Deutsche Bank’s Alfred Herrhausen Society, Guardian Cities have published the following pieces:
‘The urban ultimatum: what should our future cities be like?’ by Deyan Sudjic
‘Climate change and cities: a prime source of problems, yet key to a solution’ by Nicholas Stern and Dimitri Zenghelis
‘It’s time to rethink the entire role and language of architecture’ by Alejandro Aravena
Norman Foster: ‘I have no power as an architect, none whatsoever’ by Rowan Moore
‘Cities in numbers: how patterns of urban growth change the world’ by Ricky Burdett and LSE Cities
‘Who owns our cities – and why this urban takeover should concern us all’ by Saskia Sassen
‘Who runs our cities? How governance structures around the world compare’ by Ricky Burdett and Philipp Rode and the Urban Age research team at LSE Cities
Full details on the Urban Age Global Debates are available here.
You can also follow #UrbanAge10 or @LSECities for updates.