New PEAK research sheds light on green space, street usage, community action and other key drivers of wellbeing that could allow cities to chart a healthier path, reports John Surico.
Building on the Positive Legacy of Italy’s G20 Presidency.
At IIHS’ Annual Research Conference, PEAK researchers reflected on recent North-South research collaborations.
The more people choose the fastest route by car, the more congested a city becomes argue Rafael Prieto Curiel and Juan Pablo Orjuela.
Nature-based and social solutions will benefit cities in low- and middle-income countries more than expensive cookie-cutter infrastructure projects and “smart cities" argue Susan Parnell and colleagues.
11 November 2021 was Cities Day at COP26. Prof Michael Keith was there stressing the importance of cities to the imminent climate crisis.
Juan Pablo Orjuela Mendoza on 'mobilities of care' among women living in Itagüí, Medellín during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Senior PEAK Urban and Oxford Martin School researchers discuss this timely topic during COP26.
As anthropologists wanting to make sense of the complexity of the informal city, we have discovered that ‘following’ urban objects tells us a lot about those parts of the city, and its residents.
Jin-ho Chung on a systematic review of current research and where the gaps are for further investigation.
Colombia has the second-highest level of inequality in the Latin America region. Mauricio Quiñones Domínguez and Lina Martínez look at how social protection measures like subsidies are now out of date.
Viola Lewis of the Indian Institute of Human Settlements highlights recent research using data and open-source tools to unpack and address India’s urban challenges.