The five biggest challenges cities will face in the future

The UN estimates that 55% of the global population lives in urban areas – a figure that is projected to rise to 68% by 2050. With a few exceptions, cities are expected to become bigger and more numerous.
As urbanisation speeds up, particularly in Asian and African countries, here are five of the biggest challenges confronting the future of cities:

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The five biggest challenges cities will face in the future

The UN estimates that 55% of the global population lives in urban areas – a figure that is projected to rise to 68% by 2050. With a few exceptions, cities are expected to become bigger and more numerous.
As urbanisation speeds up, particularly in Asian and African countries, here are five of the biggest challenges confronting the future of cities:

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  Michael Brenner Digital content streaming is on the rise. As Forbes noted, streaming was responsible for $2.5 billion worth of U.S. music sales in 2017 – marking a 48% jump from the...

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  Paul Herdman It’s no secret that within the enterprise, video files are large and bandwidth-intensive. The growing need to stream both live and on-demand video over corporate networks...
The five biggest challenges cities will face in the future

The five biggest challenges cities will face in the future

The UN estimates that 55% of the global population lives in urban areas – a figure that is projected to rise to 68% by 2050. With a few exceptions, cities are expected to become bigger and more numerous.
As urbanisation speeds up, particularly in Asian and African countries, here are five of the biggest challenges confronting the future of cities:

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The five biggest challenges cities will face in the future

The five biggest challenges cities will face in the future

The UN estimates that 55% of the global population lives in urban areas – a figure that is projected to rise to 68% by 2050. With a few exceptions, cities are expected to become bigger and more numerous.
As urbanisation speeds up, particularly in Asian and African countries, here are five of the biggest challenges confronting the future of cities:

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