How Patterns of Urban Growth Change the World
LSE Cities’ Urban Age programme takes a deeper look at the statistics showing that the world is heading towards 70% urbanisation by 2050 to reveal the regional differences in demographic, economic and environmental change.
To better understand the impacts of these regional differences, the Urban Age has investigated the demographic, economic and environmental patterns linked to global urbanisation and urban change.
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About Urban Age programme
Urban Age is a worldwide investigation into the future of cities, organised by LSE Cities and Deutsche Bank’s Alfred Herrhausen Society. Its 10-year anniversary debates are held in conjunction with Guardian Cities