How can we build happier cities?

07 May 2018 World Economic Forum By Vafa Valapour  Building happier cities makes for happier people. Safe, healthy, sustainable infrastructure that also is economically viable for all residents is essential in our world where more than half of the 7.4 billion

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At 7.6 billion and counting, can we be happy?

16 Jul 2017 Aubrilyn Reeder LinkedIn This month, we celebrated World Population Day, a day designed to focus global attention on issues related to population growth. But, with approximately 9,500 more people added to the world population each hour, perhaps we can dedicate

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Another Olympic Winner: Rio’s Favela Residents

August 2016 Global South Magazine Aubrilyn Reeder oversees integration of well-being and happiness metrics into infrastructure development and management at United World Infrastructure (UWI). Before its well-earned sigh of relief, Rio de Janeiro should savor another 2016 Olympic feat – apart

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Priority Planning with Mostafa Salim

04 Sep 2017 Arabian Business Big Project ME - Middle East Construction News meets with Mostafa Salim, Principal at United World Infrastructure to discuss the outlook for urban infrastructure development in the GCC What is the outlook for the regional urban infrastructure

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Individuals Happiness Expands To Cities

29 Mar 2017 Gulf News Five billion people are set to live in cities by 2030, double the current urban population, with Africa and Asia leading this urbanisation wave. These cities can be engines of economic growth for entire regions and

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UWI Sees Bright Future For UAE Cities

16 Mar 2017 Zawya Mercer’s annual Qualify of Living Rankings featured positive movement for both Dubai and Abu Dhabi in 2016. The report says Dubai (74) continues to rank highest for quality of living across Africa and the Middle East, rising

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Dubai scores top marks for embracing digital future

24 Sep 2017 Gulf News Dubai leaders have demonstrated extraordinary foresight in planning as digital disruption transforms the working and personal lives of people, experts told Gulf News. With the digital evolution happening so quickly, Dubai’s race to embrace Artificial Intelligence

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