We all want our cities to grow and improve, and yet having the creative mind and ideas to design such improvements is essential. Educating the city and transforming how it functions and works is thus up to innovative minds to undertake. Speaking with us is one such innovative mind. Martha Thorne is a Distinguished Professor at the IE School of Architecture and Design in Madrid, she was previously a Dean at the school for seven years, and an Executive Director for the renown Pritzker Architecture Prize for sixteen years. She currently also serves as a Senior Advisor for the Henrik F. Obel Foundation.
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Four cities that have reindustrialised
Why we shouldn’t overlook the impact of SMEs on local and global economies
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Stronger Profits Through Circular Economy
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Financing Models to Fuel Green Startups
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The Recovery Plan for a Green & Digital Europe
Sustainability Meets Profitability
Corporate Purpose: from Trend to Reality
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