Infrastructure & Cities

Tomorrow's cities: Making urban environments more liveable

October 16, 2015


October 16, 2015

Zoe Tabary


Zoe is an Editor with Amnesty International whose role entails researching and producing reports on human rights issues. Before this Zoe was an Editor with The Economist Intelligence Unit's Thought Leadership team for almost four years. In that time she managed research projects for a number of clients across the energy, healthcare and sustainability sectors. Prior to joining The Economist Intelligence Unit she worked as a journalist in France and the UK. She holds a Master of Science in Marketing and a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Sciences Po Paris, and is fluent in French, Spanish and German.


Balancing economic growth with human values in the urban landscape

Today nearly 4bn people live in cities. That number is expected to increase by 2.5bn by 2050, with over 90% of the growth occurring in Asia and Africa. These regions, however, lack the resources to adapt to the forces of urbanisation.

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