The Property Tribune

In response to climate change and a myriad of other challenges that are facing our cities and towns, developing resilient places for the future is an important focus for governments and industry across the world.

With more than half of the population living in urban areas and that figure likely to increase further by 2050, cities are facing even greater challenges as we look ahead to the next 30 to 50 years and beyond.

Executive Director of the Resilient Cities Network (RCN), Lauren Sorkin, says that our cities are facing multi-faceted and multiple shocks and stresses at the same time.

To read this article in full, click here. This article is from #3 2022 edition of UDIA WA’s The Urbanist magazine. To read this edition in full, click here.