Are our cities about to get a lot smarter (and greener)?

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New report suggests smart city technologies capable of slashing greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution could be on the cusp of a major breakthrough

The world's cities could be on the brink of an infrastructure revolution to match the development of urban power grids and the emergence of the car. That is the central conclusion of a series of reports...

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