Paraguay’s capital city takes the first steps toward counting — and including — its residents
In the latest of our summer-long series checking in with the Latin American winners
Pivoting with purpose: How to change course and keep innovating
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En Chile pusieron a los niños a jugar en las escuelas para reducir su peso. Y está funcionando
El equipo de Bloomberg Cities visitará a los ganadores y finalistas del 2016 Mayors Challenge en América Latina.
How residents can help cities stand up to extreme weather
What innovation coaches learned by training 35 city hall teams
For the past six months, 35 U.S. cities have engaged in a first-of-its-kind experiment in how to take an already great idea, test it with residents, and make it even better.
How citizen input supercharged three energy-saving ideas
Last March, when
How virtual reality is helping create real change in cities
Mid-sized cities test new approaches to reducing traffic
When a driverless shuttle bus hits the streets of Lincoln, Neb., this summer, it won’t just be a milestone moment for autonomous vehicles.
How one fire chief is fighting “compassion fatigue” as overdoses mount
Jan Rader didn’t set out to become the face of first responders struggling with the toll of seeing one opioid overdose after another.
How the sharing economy helped one city tighten its belt
Why buy when you can borrow?