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Breakthrough Innovations That Will Change The Way We Live:

A Beginner's Guide To Urban Innovations


Unlock the potential of your city with the ULTIMATE GUIDE to urban innovation!


This insightful book explores the latest trends, techniques and best practices for creating more livable, sustainable and resilient cities. Written for city planners, urban designers, architects, engineers, social scientists, environmentalists, policy makers, public policy professionals, administrators, urban professionals, students and city enthusiasts, it's packed with real-world case studies and expert analysis to help you transform your city.


With a focus on key thematic areas such as citizen engagement, urban resilience, smart technologies, and digital innovations, this book provides a comprehensive overview of the urban innovation landscape.


From identifying problems and opportunities to prototyping, testing and validation, it guides readers through every stage of the urban innovation process.


Discover how urban innovations can help to address some of the most pressing global challenges such as climate change, poverty, and inequality.

eBook: Cities of the future

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  • Ram Khandelwal is an sustainability expert with over 12 years of experience in the field. He is the founder of the Urban Innovation Lab and has served as visiting faculty at SPA, New Delhi, where he taught an elective course on smart cities planning and management.

    He has worked as a consultant to organizations such as the World Bank, UN-Habitat, KfW Development Bank, GIZ, French Development Agency and Foreign and Commonwealth Development Office UK. He has also worked with prominent companies such as PwC, IPE Global, Yes Bank, ICF International, and S&P Crisil.

    He holds a Master’s degree in Infrastructure Planning from Centre for Environment Planning & Technology (CEPT) University, Ahmedabad and a Bachelor’s degree in Planning from School of Planning & Architecture (SPA), New Delhi.

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