How the '15-minute city' can create a sustainable future
The Agenda


The concept of the 15-minute city – one in which you can live, work and play within a 15-minute walk – has been key to the future plans of many cities for several years, but has gained traction like never before thanks to COVID-19.

One of the main proponents of the idea is Carlos Moreno, professor at the Sorbonne and scientific advisor to the Mayor of Paris.

Here he tells The Agenda with Stephen Cole why localization is a vital part of creating a livable, sustainable future for cities around the world.