A new project brings together Australian and UK urban experts to virtually model and test the benefits of transport planning in creating healthier and sustainable cities across both countries.
Symposium will now be hosted by RMIT in 2021
Ryerson researchers are hard at work exploring new technologies and approaches to city building that promise increased sustainability and efficiency in urban centres
A successful Symposium hosted by Peter the Great St Petersburg Polytechnic Univerisity took place in Summer 2019 with an overarching theme of ‘Smart Cities and Digital Society.’
RMIT experts share their views, which are applicable to all WC2 member cities, on how to plan for pressure and keep cities moving
The research recommends a shift towards a ‘planetary health diet’ to ensure the future of the global food system has developed a global diet that could improve health and reduce further damage to the planet
WC2 Chair, Professor Stanton Newman, led a City delegation to China. While in the region meetings were held with WC2 members, Tongji University and Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
Lynne Townley, Lecturer in Law, at City Law School in London reports on a ‘harm reduction’ strategy for drug addiction, which participants in the Knowledge Culture and Urban Affairs theme learnt about during the Toronto Symposium.
Universities are flocking to take part in their own Belt and Road projects. Angelina Yuen, vice president of HKPU, explains how higher education is developing China’s infrastructure programme and benefiting from it.
Together with his brother Braden Handley has raised $10 million in funding from a group of venture capitalists to scale up the company’s operations.
RMIT, based in Melbourne, becomes first WC2 member from Australasia.
In June 2018 100 students from RMIT and City, University of London travelled to Vietnam to take part in a leadership programme.