Smart cities won’t work if people aren’t motivated to change
Smart cities sound like a great idea – on paper. But the problem is that most of the people working on creating them are focusing on individual elements of city issues and developing technology-based solutions to address them, says Megan Goodwin of IRM But cities are human hives, not ‘machines for living’ (to paraphrase Le Corbusier). People have to live in them and this careful balance between increased urbanisation (the UN has warned that 65% of humans will live in a city b
Why Mr Bean’s guide to London could be brilliant – or a disaster...
Mr Bean has been enlisted to promote London and its various attractions in a new mobile game - news which leaves me with mixed emotions. Not