January 19, 2017Doug Hadden
There’s a power shift in this emerging era of smart and sustainable government. More people live in cities. Megacities are growing.
Sustainability – energy, waste, water – is a visceral problem in cities. With urbanization, cities are becoming more powerful and engaged in international relations.
It might seem that national governments are receding to irrelevance. That’s not true because national governments have significant funding and strategic resources.
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