Located in the San Francisco Bay Area in the East Bay, Richmond will serve as the location for Meeting of the Minds 2015.
What are the elements that can create an emerging ecosystem of leaders who constitute a community of risk-takers learning from one another?
How is the public sector working differently with the private sector and philanthropy to renew cities, especially in ways that impact lower-income constituents?
Sustainability Directors Around the Country Tackle the Resiliency Challenge and Innovation Opportunity
Chief Sustainability Officers and Directors around the country are retooling their cities to respond to and prepare for natural disasters while at the same time recovering from the economic downturn.
Two facts are changing the future of transport: higher levels of interconnectivity across industrial and operational devices and fast growth in the number of smart mobile devices. Taken together, these two forces are changing every city in the world.
South Africa's deteriorating housing stock is putting pressure on the nation’s growing cities, many of which have started programs to move residents into emergency housing alternatives.
What methods for barrier-busting have helped some cities to successfully leverage the power of their data?
Local governments are using data to positively affect city operations from trash collection to pothole repair. Are we getting closer to a world where service providers are more accountable and more responsive?
How can we make sure that the impending urban transformation becomes a net positive for all citizens, up and down the socio-economic spectrum?
The Internet of Everything is proving to be the most innovative and beneficial disruption to how we live, work, play, and learn.
With federal dollars at a trickle and state and local funding drying up or unattainable, how do cities innovate and implement new policies that improve the lives of their residents?
Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer discusses her city’s climate change challenges and their comprehensive approach to resiliency that can serve as a model for other urban areas.
New technology and the American manufacturing base are colliding to create amazing opportunities for small-scale industrial businesses in our cities.
Detroit Dirt is pioneering the composting and waste reduction revolution in Detroit.