AkzoNobel and The Economist publish future cities report

18 May 2015

A report from The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) and sponsored by AkzoNobel explores how cities can create optimal environments for citizens.

The report, called Tomorrow’s Cities, features city experts and executives from across the world, who were invited to share their views on topics, including making transport more accessible and how to create more age-friendly cities.

The 22-page report features contributions from Simon Thurley, CE of English Heritage; Jeff Risom, Partner and MD at Gehl Studio; and Emma Stewart, Head of sustainability solutions at Autodesk. AkzoNobel’s partnership with The EIU involved a series of interviews and blogs published on both The EIU’s thought leadership website and AkzoNobel’s corporate website.

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