By Ryan Bellinson on 07 Jan, 2019
Ryan Bellinson is a PhD candidate in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at the University of Sheffield’s. His research focuses on innovative urban governance models that may be used to develop socially just and scientifically robust climate change policy. Ryan is currently leading the environmental governance project that investigates coproductive policy development in Greater Manchester, UK
By Nazem Tahvilzadeh on 04 Dec, 2018
New forms of collaboration between state and civil society actors are emerging in cities around the world. Nazem Tahvilzadeh summarises a workshop on 'Participatory Cities' at the Mistra Urban Futures conference in Cape Town in November 2108.
By Jan Riise on 03 Dec, 2018
Over the next two weeks, world leaders must agree on the HOW of the Paris agreement three years ago. Guidelines on adaptation, reduced emissions, funding, technology and capacity-building is on the agenda.
By Ylva Berglund on 03 Dec, 2018
In many central areas of our cities, shops are closing down in an accelerating rate – but might that actually be beneficial for the local culture? Ylva Berglund reflects on a recently held panel discussion.
By Johan Larson Lindal on 25 Oct, 2018
How do we transform the global economy in order to enrich the world’s poor while reaching the 1,5˚ Celsius goal?Johan Larson Lindal at Mistra Urban Futures in Stockholm writes from Sida conference on Development.