New article by Times Of India about how the 15-Minute City concept holds sociological and environmental importance in the Indian Cities & planning.
Professor Carlos Moreno explains how neighbourhoods that contain everything we need to live could change city design for the better and help in the fight against climate change. En Savoir […]
Pr Carlos Moreno contributed to the story looking at 15-minute cities, entitled ‘Close to Home’, in the digital edition of UDIA WA’s The Urbanist magazine.
Prof. Carlos Moreno was interviewed by The World radio program and shared his input on “The future of cities in a postpandemic world”.
Cities around the world are designing reopening plans […]
“Raising the bar on the 20-minute neighborhood model, cities around the world are embracing the appeal of the 15-minute city during the coronavirus pandemic.” En Savoir Plus […]
“Paris aspires to be a “15- minute city”, a concept developed by Carlos Moreno, an urban planner. The idea is that everything – school, work, shops, sport, cafés—should be within […]
mdpi – Introducing the “15-Minute City”: Sustainability, Resilience and Place Identity in Future Post-Pandemic Cities – 8 January 2021
Introducing the “15-Minute City”: Sustainability, Resilience and Place Identity in Future Post-Pandemic Cities
by Carlos Moreno, Zaheer Allam Didier Chabaud, Catherine Gall and Florent Pratlong
Chaire Entrepreneuriat Territoire Innovation (ETI), Groupe de […]