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Landmark decision in Paris air pollution case

Landmark decision in Paris air pollution case

The French state has taken insufficient steps to limit air pollution around Paris, a court has found in a landmark case brought by a mother and daughter.

Sidewalk Labs publishes 1,500-page Toronto smart city plan: More questions than answers?

Sidewalk Labs publishes 1,500-page Toronto smart city plan: More questions than answers?

Sidewalk Labs has put forward a detailed 1,500-page plan, but Waterfront Toronto has raised concerns in a number of areas.

UK appoints clean air champions

UK appoints clean air champions

The champions, appointed by UKRI and the Met Office as part of the clean air programme, aim to bring together researchers from different disciplines for joined up thinking and solutions.

Ride Report aims to provide trustworthy micro-mobility data to cities

Ride Report aims to provide trustworthy micro-mobility data to cities

Scheme operators will be scored based on their performance against rigorous data benchmarks, helping cities understand which operators are meeting their compliance requirements.

Smart city technology market to grow to $263 billion by 2028

Smart city technology market to grow to $263 billion by 2028

Navigant Research’s report tracks the progress of 443 projects across 286 cities with relation to energy, water, transportation, buildings and government operations.

AI helps boost usability of micro-mobility schemes

AI helps boost usability of micro-mobility schemes

Data captured by Stage Intelligence from cities operating schemes around the world shows artificial intelligence can increase operational efficiencies.