People. Places. Ideas.
Humanity is moving to the city. As the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs' World Urbanization Prospects 2011 report predicts:
Urbanization is expected to continue rising in both the more developed and the less developed regions so that, by 2050, urban dwellers will likely account for 86 per cent of the population in the more developed regions and for 64 per cent of that in the less developed regions. Overall, the world population is expected to be 67 per cent urban in 2050.
CityCity’s articles set out strong narratives of urban change and development, celebrating successes in the lives of cities, and underpinned by well-researched analysis and visual presence. Architecture, urban planning, economic and political activity, art and cultural creativity: our scope covers all these facets of life in the city, and more.
Since we began in 2013, we have so far published five issues. Our next issue will focus on science in the city. We invite all of you to join us in this discourse.
Who is behind the magazine?
William Arthurs, editor/ publisher, was Editor of the London Society Journal from 2010 to 2012.
Contact William Arthurs on +44 77 11 432 320 or editor"AT"citycitymagazine.com
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