Better Cities Jul 2022
Better Cities | Jun 2022
Future Seniors' Housing Models, Last Call to Sign Up for WCS 2022 and more
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Towards Future Seniors’ Housing and Care Models
By 2030, almost 1 in 4 in Singapore will be aged 65 and above. Seniors are a
heterogeneous group with diverse aspirations, needs and life trajectories.
How might housing and care services evolve to answer changing needs
and support purposeful longevity, while offering choices to seniors? This
commentary explores potential approaches that Singapore can consider in
developing future-ready housing and care typologies for seniors.
Seniors are a heterogeneous group with diverse aspirations, life trajectories and housing needs.
Source: Nico Smit, Unsplash
🕒 12 min | Read ⟶
Discover the Latest Innovations
at WCS 2022 Expo
The World Cities Summit 2022 Expo provides a platform for cities,
corporates and others to profile themselves on a global stage. Key
highlights include the Singapore Pavilion, booths presented by the Lee
Kuan Yew World City Prize Laureate cities and top-tier sponsors, and other
participating cities, embassies, corporations, and business associations.
A new section of WCS 2022 Expo, the Smart Cities Expo will showcase some
of the world’s leading urban sustainability solutions and technologies.
Also, be the first to hear about the latest urban solutions being pitched at
the City Innovators Stage, and forge new connections at the Industry
Networking Night on 2 August.
Sign Up ⟶
Roundtables and Co-Located
Events at WCS 2022
Roundtables and Co-Located Events organised by WCS partners
complement and reinforce the main programme of the Summit.
Some of these include:
- Bloomberg Roundtable*
- International Finance Corporation Roundtable*
- Real Estate Developers Roundtable*
- Resilient Cities Network Roundtable*
- Senior Leaders Roundtable*
- Geospatial and the Cities of the Future
- Green and Digital Shipping Corridor:
Stakeholder Workshop and MOU signing*
- Mastercard's City Possible Workshop series
- United Nations Development Programme
Cambridge Road residents worked together to plan, create and maintain the greenway in their neighbourhood.
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Urban Solutions #20 | Visualising the Science of Cities
Data visualisations of a city and its systems are essential for understanding
a city and its challenges. Ranging from 19th-Century sketches and drawings
to today’s 3D-modelling and dynamic mapping, these visualisations move
beyond the purposes of architecture and land-use planning to provide a
lens on social, health, economic and environmental challenges in cities,
galvanising change in planning and policy.
PDF: 3.56 MB
🕒 5 min | Read ⟶
Interested in how complexity science and data analytics can be applied in
understanding cities and tackling urban challenges? Sign up for the WCS
2022 Science of Cities Symposium on 31 July 2022.
Contact email@example.com for more information.
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