By 2050, there will be another 2.5 billion people living in the world’s cities. Governments have three main options to cope with this huge influx of people – to allow cities to expand and sprawl; to build new towns and cities; or to embrace the densification of cities within their existing boundaries.
Author: Greg Clark Cisco, the US technology giant, is one of a handful of multinational companies which has been at the forefront of changing the relationship between business and cities. Greg Clark explores how and why the company is a pioneering example of a new type of urban business. The ‘Smart City’ has become a […]