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Innovation Quarterly Magazine

Issue #3
Special Edition
Innovation + Cities
Editorial

Innovation + Cities

Cities have never been more important, nor the competition among them more intense. At the same time, we are in the midst of an incredible demographic ...
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Cities – the next chapter

With more people than ever living in cities, and with technology offering us the potential to effect innovative, transformational and positive change, ...
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Nomadic in Rio

Mega events such as the Olympic and Paralympic Games have long been the home of innovation, not just in sports and human endeavor, but also in terms o ...
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Sending out an urban SOS

From ideas for regenerating derelict industrial sites and mitigating the impacts of climate change, to innovative ways of improving the quality of lif ...
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Cool, calm and connected

Congested roads, busy terminals and long hurried walks to departure gates — just getting to flights can raise stress levels for passengers and staff. ...
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More for less

With infrastructure investment falling behind the growing demand for services, innovative and smart ways are being devised to optimize the use of exis ...
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Tall stories

There comes a time in almost every building’s life when there’s an opportunity to open a new chapter and extend its viability and life story. With cur ...
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The home stretch

With more people than ever living in cities, and with technology offering us the potential to effect innovative, transformational and positive change, ...
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Harnessing technology for the future of cities

Disruptive technologies are fundamentally changing how we live and are rewiring the ways we work and travel. Yet cities seem to be struggling to maint ...
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Innovation for transformation

For most of us, an ecosystem is all about the interdependent world of flora and fauna. When the term is applied to urban areas and mixed in with innov ...
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Immersive, innovative and inspiring

When it comes to shaping our cities for the future, the partnership between Harvard’s Graduate School of Design and AECOM is providing inspiration for ...
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The next big thing

Global cities like London are constantly evolving. Balancing population and economic growth with limited land and resource, the city and its surroundi ...
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Unlocking the value

Development around transportation hubs is being used by cities to generate long-term revenue streams and fund infrastructure improvements. Successful ...
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The bigger picture

A holistic and integrated approach to urban development and growth is pointing the way to the future for cities in the Middle East writes IQ reporter ...
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Smart and sustainable

Creating a sustainable future for its rapidly growing and urbanizing population, India has set out ambitious plans for 100 smart cities. Using innovat ...
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Renewables colocation: better together

With the global appetite growing for cleaner, more cost-efficient energy solutions, renewable power sources are becoming the preferred energy generati ...
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Freedom and financial good sense to flood

With today’s high urban land values and sophisticated flood protection skills, it seems counterintuitive to let nature rule and allow flooding to take ...
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On the waterfront

The city of New York is experiencing unprecedented growth. Forecasts predict an additional three million people will join its population in the coming ...
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Reviews

Singapore international water week

With headline topics around closing the water infrastructure gap and fostering an integrated approach to the management of this vital resource, the 20 ...
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Bringing together all the pieces

A new book provides insights into understanding urbanization in Asia, and it offers important lessons for the rest of the world writes Philipp Ivanov, ...
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