30 years isn’t a long time but is a longer span of time as well given the significant changes happened within a structure of society or state. I’ve grown up in a divisional city of Bangladesh which is situated at the south-western part of Bangladesh and heavily vulnerable to climate change.
As Kansas City Design Week came to a close, the local American Institute of Architects Chapter hosted a presentation by James Moore of HDR Architects. Moore passionately believes that cities will be a key force in providing a better future for the planet, presenting his views on how technology can not only make smarter cities, but focus development on city centres
The Bangalore Agenda Task Force (BATF) was formed by the state government in 1999 to include active participation from the private sector (mainly the IT industry) in addressing the urban development grievances and improving urban governan but was soon deemed as an “extra governmental” organization.
Southeast Asian governments have been maximizing their Internet space by establishing social media profiles, one stop public service portals, and online transparency tools for engaging with citizens. In this post, we’ll take a tour of some of the region’s services, starting with Indonesia, which recently launched Satu Layanan (One Service) portal.