December's climate talks in Paris were historic diplomacy - almost 200 nations committed to reducing greenhouse gases. And now the question is: how? We'll explore how cities around the globe are working to become more sustainable and efficient - from buildings to transportation and everyday goods - to meet the demands of growing populations and keep urban arteries pumping. How can new technology answer the challenge? How will urban planners, developers and policymakers work together to transform cities from the inside out, as their populations grow and travel in an ever more connected world?
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