The history and future of cities and innovation

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Lagos, Nigeria which will see one of the largest urban expansions in the world

“Cities consumed 58,000 square kilometers of the planet between 1970 and 2000; they will gobble up another 1.2 million square kilometers by 2030…By 2030, 65% of the world’s built environment will have been constructed since 2000.”

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