Les villes s’étendent de plus en plus, mais cela a un coût pour les zones naturelles qui les entourent. Comment parvenir à l’objectif de zéro artificialisation nette (« ZAN ») d’ici 2050?
Cities are ever expanding – but that comes at a cost for natural areas. How are we to achieve net zero-land take by 2050?
Recent data show that 80% of cities are facing climate hazards (such as heatwaves and floods), while climate change is growing on the global agenda. But can cities be key in tackling global warming?
More than 90% of the global economy is covered by a net-zero goal and countries are aligning around the 1.5°C goal. How are cities key to solving the climate crisis and how is London a pioneer?
The OECD’s Alexandre Blanquet explains how the use of AI and satellite imagery can help cities face the challenges of the future and become more sustainable.
Peter Sailer explores the topic of Digital Urban Twins (DUTs), data driven digital models of cities, which can help optimise planning, infrastructure and public services in ways that would have been impossible only a few years ago.
Cities are faced with increasing record temperatures. Four OECD experts discuss different cooling solutions for cities, and how certain Asian cities are paving the way forward.
The 2023 Men’s Rugby World Cup is in full swing. The OECD’s Alix Philouze and Martha Bloom discuss the potential benefits, and drawbacks, of hosting the Competition.