“Sustainability in 2023” is part of the New Year Special Issue Series. This Special Issue will gather a collection of high-quality reviews and original articles from Advisory Board Members, Editorial Board Members, Guest Editors, Topical Advisory Panel Members, Reviewer Board Members, in addition to excellent editorials from EiCs and Section EiCs, and authors invited by the editors. Submissions on all aspects of sustainability are welcome, especially Geography, Planning and Development, where the journal Sustainability is Q1.
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There are cities, and then there’ s New York City. Love it or hate it, New York is a city’ s city, serving as the gold standard of successful urbanization, one in which others try to follow. It wasn’ t always this way. Thirty years ago, New York was considered by many to be nothing short of an urban hellhole. The city’ s return to greatness and glory is a remarkable story that highlights New York’ s role as the epicenter of civic innovation.
On 7 November 2017, the European Commission awarded the 2017 European Capital of Innovation (iCapital) prize of â‚¬1,000,000 to Paris (France). The iCapital award, granted under the EU’s research and innovation programme Horizon 2020, recognises Paris for its inclusive innovation strategy. Tallinn (Estonia) and Tel Aviv (Israel) were selected as runners-up, and were both awarded â‚¬100,000. The prize money will be used to scale up and further expand the cities’ innovation efforts.
DSCIM – 1st Doctoral Students Conference on Innovation Management, was held in October 4-6 2017 in Novi Sad, Serbia, bringing together students from different countries and from different perspectives, who do their doctoral research in this exciting field. This event connected these students with practitioners and industry, so that a synergy effect can be made to spark further collaborations.
The governments of the Gulf region states are investing heavily on smart cities, as their IT budgets have been shifting focus from the oil industry to other fields, and they are eager to showcase their capabilities to the world.
Over two thirds of the population will live in urban areas by 2050, which will cause a massive increase in demand for services. So what needs to change? Technological developments such as artificial intelligence and the internet of things will allow cities to become smart, almost thinking like a human brain
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