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08.05.2019
Poland’s Futures: A View from the Countryside

Poland’s cities are emptying as those who can move out for the peace and quiet of a country life. What does a strained relationship between city and country spell for Poland’s future?

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03.04.2019
Delivering Green Mobility in 2049

The shift to a future green transport system offers huge benefits for citizens and environment alike, but requires deep transformation.

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26.11.2018
Laying the Foundations for Progressive Change – the Polish Greens After Local Elections

The Polish Green co-chair reflects on the local elections ahead of 2019, a year of many elections in Poland.

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17.10.2018
Solidarity and Democracy in the City

Change in Poland today is part of a broader global transformation, and one which sees a deep urban-rural divide. What role can cities play in stopping the authoritarian populist wave?

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10.10.2018
The New Urban Crisis: Beyond the Superstar City

Richard Florida’s critical assessment of inequality within and between cities diagnoses the problem, but fails to offer real answers.

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14.09.2018
Putting Warsaw On Track – State of Play Before the Polish Elections

Warsaw mayoral candidate Jan Śpiewak discusses the ways Poland’s capital needs to change.

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24.08.2018
The New Urban Crisis: A Manifesto For the Status Quo

Growing inequality has become a hallmark of many cities. For this reviewer, Richard Florida’s latest book is a worrying prescription for more of the same.

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12.06.2018
Miami afloat: facing climate reality in the USA

While the Trump administration tears up international accords, US cities take a stand on climate change with the support of allies around the world.

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10.01.2018
Refugees and the city: time to re-define roles and responsibilities?

Cities should be trusted to take the lead on the integration of newcomers.

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05.01.2018
Our Sustainability is Someone Else’s Disaster: Cities and the Environment

Are smart techno-managerial solutions the perfect alibi for resource extraction and inequality in our cities? We talked to author and academic Maria Kaika about the way that green technology so-called solutions are sometimes anything but, and can displace real action.

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