Life after Carbon: the next global transformation of cities

A new urban model is emerging worldwide, pointing the way to a post-carbon economy and society.

By Peter  Plastrik and John Cleveland
Issue 11 - Spring 2019 pages 22 - 27
Tags: cities • sustainability • innovation
Introduction
A new urban model is emerging worldwide – transforming the way cities design and use physical space, generate economic wealth, consume and dispose of resources, exploit and sustain the natural ecosystems they need, and prepare for the future. This emerging new urban paradigm has profound implications for players who care about and depend on the design of a city’s built infrastructure – including architects, engineers, builders, real estate developers, and office building tenants.

The model is upending the p

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