Secondary Cities: New Urban Champions?

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Small- and mid-sized cities have become the engine of our world’s fast-paced urbanization. Understanding secondary cities is key in getting our urban future right. Are these cities the new urban champions of the future? From Curitiba to Melbourne, six experts dive into the challenges and opportunities facing the world’s secondary cities.
 

Why Secondary Cities Are the New Urban Champions
Why Secondary Cities Are the New Urban Champions
Matthieu Besson
Strategic Partnerships and Institutional Relationships, Solutions for Cities and Territories, ENGIE
The Experience of Curitiba – Simplicity, Tenacity and Action
The Experience of Curitiba – Simplicity, Tenacity and Action
Jaime Lerner
Former Mayor of Curitiba, Brazil
Why Montréal Is Winning the AI Race
Why Montréal Is Winning the AI Race
Mark Maclean
Senior Director, Business Development for the West Coast, Latin America and Entrepreneurship, Montréal International
Data Unlocks the Power of Infrastructure Investment and Sustainability  
Data Unlocks the Power of Infrastructure Investment and Sustainability  
Julia Thayne
Head of Innovation and Technology for Cities, Siemens USA
Knowledge Is Key: The Case of Melbourne
Knowledge Is Key: The Case of Melbourne
Arron Wood
Deputy Lord Mayor of Melbourne, Australia
Infographics
Infographics
NewCities
Series of 3 infographics on Secondary Cities.