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WRI works on sustainable transport, climate policy analysis, and access to information in Mexico. Learn more about our EMBARQ, Open Climate Network, and Access Initiative projects.

Jorge Macias

Urban Development Director, EMBARQ Mexico

Jorge Macias is the Urban Development Director for the Center of Sustainable Transport at EMBARQ Mexico. He previously worked as General Deputy Director for Sustainable Urban Development and as...

The world's cities are about to get a lot busier. Today, more than 50 percent of the global population lives in cities; by 2050, that figure will have risen to 75 percent.

This mass migration to cities could result in crowded streets rife with air pollution, traffic accidents and congestion. Or it could see a boom in clean, compact urban centres with safe, healthy communities. The way the world's cities operate in the future will be shaped by how they are designed and developed now.

Bringing together independent research institutes and civil society groups from key countries around the world to monitor national progress on climate change policy.

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