By providing training and support, a new municipal project in Paris is aimed at giving refugees a first job and a second chance.
Government efforts to "level up" England's north and Midlands regions will now be four times more difficult, according to a new report.
The president has called for universal broadband access in the US. There's still a long way to go, and the government's own data understates inequities in internet infrastructure.
As work-from-home becomes the norm, remote workers are flocking to smaller US cities that aim to attract people rather than entire companies.
Even before Covid, small businesses were closing in many cities. Some communities are now debating whether to put limits on chain stores.
Developers of projects throughout the city have clashed with neighbourhood activists who fear that rezoning will exacerbate gentrification trends already under way.
In normal years, the events industry pumps millions of dollars into local economies. Now empty hotels and convention centres are an epicentre for lost jobs and revenue.
Surbana Jurong has signed contracts to do city master plans in ten African countries. Why is the continent relying on outside firms to map its future?
A Philippines city prepared for natural-disaster-prone Manila aims to succeed where Japan has failed.
In this environment, large-scale projects like Sidewalk Labs’ Waterfront Toronto appear increasingly untenable.