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“Cities as a Lab” Report Spotlights How Innovative Design Strengthens Economy and Spurs Invention in Urban America
Date:9/20/2013

Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) September 20, 2013

The "Cities as a Lab: Designing the Innovation Economy" report, released during the National Leadership Speaker Series: Resiliency & Security in the 21st Century at the National Press Club explores policy trends and experimentation taking place in cities around the globe.

The world is increasingly urbanizing with more than half of the world’s population living in urban areas and this is projected to grow to 70% by 2050. Cities and their wider metropolitan regions are increasingly asserting themselves as a fundamental unit of the global economy. U.S. metro regions comprise over one-third of the world’s 100 largest economies.

By melding innovative design with the increasing power of technological solutions, the report concludes that cities have the ability to adapt, innovate, and lead the way toward the future. Across the country, from robotic libraries to “makerspaces” that spark inventions, the report documents how offices and houses are being re-designed to meet new realities.

“As innovative as a cities may profess to be, resilience is a critical linchpin that any 21st century city must fully address. Resilience is the new Green.” said former AIA President Clark Manus, FAIA, CEO of Heller Manus Architects in San Francisco and Board of Director for Architecture for Humanity. “In 2011, the cost of urban disasters was estimated at over $380 billion and Congress is urged to appropriate ever-increasing funds each year to respond.

“Yet it‘s at the local level – in cities where people live and work – is where these disasters and the long, grueling recoveries that follow is felt in a profound way,” Manus said. “Not surprisingly, the local level is where much of the innovative thinking is taking place not just about disaster recovery, but in how w
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