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  • [New] The news sparked huge concern that Britain's hollowed out city centres would struggle to bounce back to pre-Covid levels, with thousands of jobs at risk. / The Sun
  • [New] Urbanization is an ongoing global phenomenon as more and more people are moving from rural to urban areas for better employment opportunities and a higher standard of living, leading to the growth of megacities, broadly defined as urban agglomeration with more than 10 million inhabitants. / The Royal Society of Chemistry
  • [New] Ford has been testing self-driving technology in major cities across the US and plans to invest around $7bn (£5bn) in autonomous vehicles during 10 years through to 2025 as part of its Ford Mobility initiatives. / Yahoo Finance
  • [New] If China is going to increase the urbanization rate by only allowing most rural families to settle in tier four and five cities, the people who move to cities will be people with low-income. / Taylor & Francis
  • [New] Even the most transit-rich cities in America are failing to connect people without cars - who tend to be disproportionately low-income or people of color - to job opportunities, a new analysis finds. / Streetsblog USA
  • [New] In the near future, the air carrier plans to expand the geography of flights from the air hub, to open new destinations to the cities of Uzbekistan. / aviation.travel
  • [New] Uzbekistan Airways plans to expand the geography of flights from the air hub to open new destinations to the cities of Uzbekistan. / aviation.travel
  • [New] With current population growth in Africa and Asia, we are going to have an additional 2.5 billion people in cities in a few decades. / United Nations
  • [New] Russian investments in artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies will help their soldiers counter the physical, cognitive, and operational challenges of urban warfare and perform better in future conflicts. / International Defense Security & Technology Inc.
  • [New] The presence of a strong and diverse talent pipeline in the creative industries - between cities and across regions - will be essential to our ability to build back better post-pandemic and will be critical to the long-term success of the UK economy. / HEPI
  • [New] The City of Pearl in the New Manila Bay, the biggest BRI project in the country and smart city initiative in the world, will be self-sufficient on renewable energy, running on smart mobility and grid technologies in the next thirty years. / the-year-ahead-focus-remains-on-the-pandemic-and-economic-recovery
  • [New] Urban air taxis would be in operation at major U.S. airports by 2028, maybe earlier. / Automotive News
  • [New] The AR mode will launch to a limited set of cities, namely London, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, San Diego, San Francisco Bay area, and Washington, D.C., later in 2021, with more coverage expanding over time. / Next Reality
  • [New] Travellers have been left stranded in cities in the UK and Ireland and nearly 500 jobs are at risk after a regional Irish airline announced it was going into liquidation. / The Guardian
  • [New] Comments Off on IoT Fleet Management Market: Release Latest Trends & Industry Vision By 2021 The IoT Fleet Management Market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 21.26% during the forecast period, to reach USD 8.28 billion by 2021. / Engage Headlines - LeadingAge California News and Updates
  • [New] The next step is to develop an implementation model for a city with a population of 300,000 people, which will then be applied to other cities of a similar size, throughout Japan. / Impact Lab
  • [New] The world must reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 if Australia is to avoid potentially insurmountable challenges to its cities, ecosystems, industries, food, and health systems. / AgFunderNews
  • [New] As most of the city of Cartagena is at risk of flooding due to the reforesting mangrove forests around La Virgen lagoon, and the negative effects of rising sea levels, entire informal settlements are being destroyed. / NSL - Netzwerk Stadt und Landschaft
  • [New] Before the end of this decade, we expect zero-emission urban air mobility, enabled by eVTOLs, to play an increasingly important role in the global commercial aviation market. / The Guardian
  • [New] In a city where many white-collar workers could work from home on their laptops, a disproportionate number of Washington Heights residents had to venture out to staff stores, clean buildings, deliver groceries and provide health and child care. / The Conversation
  • [New] Climate change is already stressing agricultural production; the losses from extreme weather mount every year; and rising sea levels could force hundreds of millions of people in coastal cities from their homes, at a total cost to coastal urban areas of more than $1 trillion each year by 2050. / Newsweek
  • Sendai was chosen to begin its operation because even though it is a large city, the penetration rate of delivery services remains low, and demand is expected to grow. / The Japan Times

Last updated: 20 June 2021


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