Urban Transformations at Habitat III in Quito
At Habitat III, UK-based scholarship remains at the very cusp of urban thought in international development circles, building on its rich critical, and practical tradition in a myriad of uncharted ways.
Urban Transformations is working to give UK universities and their global community a seat at the table in Quito. We are highlighting how ESRC-funded research is working to refine the New Urban Agenda in accordance with the latest understanding of how cities can become more than just places and catalysts for a sustainable planet.
This page brings together UT publications and events related to Habitat III
2030 Policy Endorsement of a Sustainable Future: Implications for Urban Research
14 Jul | Susan Parnell, Owen Crankshaw & Michele Acuto, with comments by David Simon, Michael Batty and Michael Cohen
New migrant urbanisms and the United Nations Habitat III conference in Quito
17 Oct | Michael Keith, Nicholas Simcik-Arese and Andreza De Souza Santos
A Place for the UK in Supporting UN Habitat’s New Urban Agenda – The Role of the ESRC’s Urban Transformations Network
15 Aug | Nicholas Simcik Arese
Just Sustainabilities and the New Urban Agenda
28 Jul | Vanesa Castan Broto
Transforming research into practices and policies: Dialogues on implementation and evaluation of the new urban agenda
17 Oct | Side event at Habitat III
Full schedule of Habitat III events with UT involvement
Habitat III joint series with the Conversation
How should we plan the cities of tomorrow?
18 Oct | Michael Keith, Nicholas Simcik-Arese and Andreza De Souza Santos
BBC Brazil articles on the challenges & opportunities of urbanisation (in Portugeuse)
- What can we say about the future of cities in Brazil and the world?
- Health in remote Amazonian cities
- Exploring the difficulties older residents experience in cities
- Combating gender-based violence through better urban design
- How science and technology can help transform the sanitation system in Brazil
Urban Transformations videos
Researching the future: Conversations with urban scholars