Today, more than half of the world’s seven billion people live in cities. Not only must cities build capacity to address the growing size of their population, they must also provide inclusive services as their population becomes more diverse both culturally and demographically. Read this article by Karen Stewart, municipal solutions industry manager at Esri Canada, which was published in Municipal World.
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