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We study the fundamental processes that drive, shape, and sustain cities.
At the Mansueto Institute for Urban Innovation, our researchers come from the social, natural, and computational sciences, along with the humanities. Together, we pursue innovative, interdisciplinary scholarship, develop new educational programs, and provide leadership and evidence to support global, sustainable urban development. In the next 20-30 years, Earth will reach peak population, with the net population growth of 4 to 5 billion happening in cities. The Mansueto Institute creates the research, evidence, and knowledge that empowers citizens from the realms of policy, activism, and practice, to realize the potential of our increasingly urban world.
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2020 Year in Review: Looking Back and Always Forward Exhibiting at the world's premier conference on cities in Abu Dhabi Recognizing graduate student research in Sustainable Urban Development Holding transformative events year-round, including a historic Earth Day...
EFCampus Undergraduate Student Researchers Help Improve Sustainability on Campus and Work Towards UChicago Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Goals
EFCampus Undergraduate Student Researchers Help Improve Sustainability on Campus and Work Towards UChicago Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Goals Environmental Frontiers showcases innovative student-faculty-staff partnership to address sustainability on...
Creating Meaningful Change in Cities Takes Decades, Not Years, and Starts From the Bottom, According to New Research
Creating Meaningful Change in Cities Takes Decades, Not Years, and Starts From the Bottom, According to New Research New mathematical models reveal the links between the structure of cities and the dynamical nature of growth and inequality in human societies Chicago,...
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