Los Angeles stretches 47 kilometres from east to west and 71 kilometres from north to south. The greater Los Angeles area boasts a population of 18 million, the second-busiest airport in the United St...
The number of megacities is expected to grow from 33 to 39 by 2030, becoming home to 9% of the population and producing 15% of the world’s gross domestic product (GDP).
The Pearl River Delta has won recognition by the World Bank as the largest urban area – or megacity - in the world: 60 million residents and 56,000 square kilometres.
The world’s megacities will number 39 in 2030, and will produce 15% of the world’s GDP
A $500 Billion Hub to Diversify Saudi Arabia’s Economy
Russia’s capital is among the world’s “smart cities” thanks to digitalisation and sustainable mobility
London is the top-ranked out of 50 smart cities, followed by Singapore and Seoul
Futuristic projects and a “green” urban renewal for the Saudi capital
Less than half of the world’s largest cities have assessed their climate risks, according to a new study
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