Regenerative Cities

How eco-wise are smart cities? About 50% of the human population now live in cities – and cities and megalopolises are guzzlers of energy and natural resources. Many cities in the world are expected to face severe water famine periodically even as some cities, especially on the coast bear the brunt of cyclones, erratic monsoons and floods. Our huge cities today can manage their humongous sewage, plastic and other waste problems only by following cyclical processes that Nature teaches us.

This section provides many resources to understand how we can redefine truly smart cities – as cities that are re-generative cities.


Eco-cities for India

Eco-cities for India

As 90% of global urban growth now takes place in developing countries, it has become extremely important to make cities both ecologically and...

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