Posts tagged with 'Brazil'
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What the Zika Epidemic Means for Gender and Urban Climate Planning
What the Zika Epidemic Means for Gender and Urban Climate Planning
Almost exactly two years ago, South America was swept up in a public health crisis that affected hundreds of thousands of women. In Brazil, more than 2,600 children were born with microcephaly – an abnormally small head – and other ...
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Meet the Experts: Q&A with Brenda Medeiros
Meet the Experts: Q&A with Brenda Medeiros
In 2008, Brenda Medeiros joined WRI Brasil as one of its first interns. Today, she serves as its Urban Mobility Director, focusing on the optimization of public transport systems. With degrees in both civil and transportation engineering, Medeiros earned her Ph.D.in public ...
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Fortaleza and São Paulo Experiment with Street Transformations
Fortaleza and São Paulo Experiment with Street Transformations
Who has the right to the city? While giving priority to pedestrians may seem obvious, many cities have been built around reliance on the automobile and now struggle to reclaim streets for pedestrians or fail to see the value in ...
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'Open Traffic' Provides Unprecedented Data to Urban Policymakers
‘Open Traffic’ Provides Unprecedented Data to Urban Policymakers
Cities are complex and fast changing organisms, especially in low- and middle-income countries where rapid population growth, urbanization and technological advances are creating a dynamic mix of opportunity and challenge. One major issue facing many cities is road safety. On ...
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Public Spaces: What Can Urban Planning Gain from the Mobile Internet Revolution?
Public Spaces: What Can Urban Planning Gain from the Mobile Internet Revolution?
Our impressions of a city are formed mainly by the quality of public spaces. If they are not pleasant and preserved, or if they transmit a sense of insecurity, we will seldom return. Good planning of these spaces should be the rule, ...
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Public Spaces: Participation as a Tool to Build More Democratic Cities
Public Spaces: Participation as a Tool to Build More Democratic Cities
Our impressions of a city are formed mainly by the quality of public spaces. If they are not pleasant and preserved, or if they transmit a sense of insecurity, we will seldom return. Good planning of these spaces should be the rule, ...
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