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Cities are changing. Today, more than half of the world’s population lives in cities. By 2050, the number will rise to more than two thirds. We feel the impact of technological, economic, and cultural shifts with more strength and immediacy in cities than anywhere else. In many ways, cities are always in a state of transformation.
But how they transform is up to us. As co-founder of an electric mobility company, I’m fascinated by finding ways to transform cities in a positive, sustainable way. This deep dive runs through some big ideas to tackle urban issues like mobility, housing, and city design, showing why we should approach urban transformation with both caution and excitement.
Moritz is co-founder and CEO at ElectricFeel a company with offices in Zurich and Barcelona, providing technology and know-how to build and scale shared mobility solutions, and help make cities cleaner and better places to live.
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