Posts in Politics & Planning
Planning the (Un)Sanitary City: A Case of Delhi, India

Planning for Delhi’s sanitation networks is a complex matter. Its systems, development, operation and maintenance involve multiple agencies at all scales. The scope of sanitation has expanded, but emphasis remains on increasing treatment capacity and extending the modern sewerage network. But where do we plan for the sanitary conditions of informal settlements, not connected by this modern network?

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Micromobility: Has it come to change the way we move?

Urbanites seem to have found in Micromobility what could be one of the biggest solutions of the century for urban mobility. With an industry breaking sales and growth records, the adoption of micromobility solutions seems to not have a ceiling. While significant advances have occurred in the industry, micromobility is still not an option for the urban poor around the world. It will take active governance and responsive regulation to persuade private companies to align with the UN’s mandate in SDG 11

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