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City people

Jan Gehl knows how to make cities work for pedestrians. London is his latest target
Ken Worpole  

Worldly wealth

Can a future population of 9bn enjoy the stuff, space and speed that is the preserve of today's rich without crippling the global environment? Despite the claims of the "austerity school," it is possible with technology only slightly more advanced…
Michael Lind  

Where we live now

Britain's biggest cities enjoyed a revival in the 1990s but people with money and choice continue fleeing to the suburbs and beyond
Nicholas Schoon  

The fusion city

The cold war split single cities in two. Globalisation is bringing separate ones together, regardless of nations
Tim Judah