Future cities: Urban utopias or urban nightmare?

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The Garden Room, Level 3, The Barbican
Silk Street
London EC2Y 8DS

More than 70% of people will live in cities by 2050. With the world’s population expected to reach 9 billion, tomorrow’s city will need to look and act fundamentally different.

Part of Responsible Business Week 2014, in partnership with Veolia Environnement
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Significant changes are required to the way we plan and manage the physical, social, and economic landscape of future cities. The innovation required will demand an integrated and collaborative approach. This session brings business and government together to debate 2050 scenarios. Can we create the cities people want to live in, not just have to live in?

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On 2 April, we will convene innovators from across the world to help foster some extraordinary collaborations and drive a new wave of global innovation. We will be looking at the hottest business models and innovations that are creating new markets, transforming existing ones and encouraging co-creation for the good of people and planet.

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