What Are the Biggest Emerging Issues for Cities?

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I first and foremost write about the areas where I have interest and have a contribution to make to the discussion that other people aren’t making. But I also want to write about what you, my readers, are interested in and think is important to world.

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Back to the topic at hand. I’m interested in hearing from you about what you want to hear about and think is important.

Specifically, what are the emerging, going forward issues that you think are most important in the urban (or other) world?

Relatedly, who do you think are the most interesting new or young writers I should check out?

Please post your ideas in the comments, or send me an email, because while this is a personal site, I want it to be valuable to you too. Thanks for reading and for your input.


from Aaron M. Renn


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