Sunday July 12, 2020

Is Dublin ready for the future

As global mega-cities take over, can Dublin be both relevant and liveable?

25th October, 2015

Three years ago, a significant milestone was reached: over half the world’s population had moved into cities for the first time. In the next five years, another 380 million people will move into cities. That’s the equivalent of building five cities the size of Los Angeles between now and 2020, according to Knight Frank’s new global cities report.

The world is getting squeezed: more urbanised, busier and faster. Even as cities...

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