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CITIES was in London at the ‘Thinking Cities’ event, where the winner of Philips’ ‘Livable Cities Pinterest Contest’ has been choosen.
CITIES recommends this great book: Compendium for the civic economy as an important source of inspiration and an essential handbook for understanding and recognizing the role of civic entrepeneurship and positive local change.

CITIES considers this book, first published in 2011, as an important source of inspiration and an essential handbook for understanding and recognizing the role of civic entrepeneurship and enable it

Today, CITIES is in London at the 'Thinking Cities' event and is one of the judges in the panel to choose the winner in the Philips 'Livable Cities Pinterest Contest'! Which image represents the best "a livable and lovable place to live"?

Today, in London at the ‘Thinking Cities’ event, the winner of Philips’ ‘Livable Cities Pinterest Contest’ will be choosen and CITIES has been invited to sit on the panel of judges!

LU XINJIAN

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Beautiful graphical interpretations of "City DNA's" by Chinese artist Lu Xinjian.

?Signs of change in the local food system? London is full of new little cafes and “fast food” chains that claims the sustainable origin of their food. The unexpected result

A case study of urban regeneration around a green public space in South London, UK, which is now being redeveloped.

For in urban heritage, all power stations are equal… but some power stations are more equal than others… Claudine St Arroman Inspiring Cities published our favorite author from London in

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